Trains in the East Midlands have improved their punctuality, according to figures released by Network Rail.
From 18 October to 14 November, East Midlands Trains were on time 90.6% of the time, which is a 7.1% increase from the previous period.
The overall punctuality for all of England was 90.2%.
Network Rail said the improvement was despite difficult conditions due to track conditions in the autumn - when leaves get on the tracks.
The results for this period traditionally fall by up to 5% as trains have to cope with bad weather and leaf fall
It was the first autumnal period on record to see trains in England maintain performance above 90% for two consecutive periods.
Robin Gisby, director of operations and customer service at Network Rail, said: "The results are encouraging and are the result of the industry investing heavily in technology and techniques to lessen the impact of autumn."