Today I took a train that was delayed. Someone had been turned into hamburger meat on the TGV tracks, and it delayed all of the trains. Ours was rerouted on classic tracks for part of the way, and we arrived more than one hour late. We arrived at around 13:30 instead of 12:30. All of us were given compensatory meal boxes (this is in addition to the 50% refund of our ticket fare that we will be given). The box was bigger and heavier than expected, even though I knew that the principal weight was the bottle of water inside. I carried the mystery to the hotel.
By "more than an hour late", I assume you mean less than two hours. For that the passengers had half the price of the ticket refunded and were given a rather nice box of snacks.
Coincidentally, I got a call from a friend of mine in the States today. She left here on Dec. 1st. Her plane was supposed to take off @4:30 pm, but actually left at 10 pm. Volaris had arbitrarily canceled the flight because of insufficient passengers. She was forced to spend the night in Mexico City, but by the time the airline made that arrangement, she didn't get to the hotel until 3 am.
I think you came out ahead in the delayed transportation sweepstakes!