‘Cuts to keep HS2 on track’
RUNNING slower and fewer trains on the HS2 line could be ways to keep the project within budget.
Trains on the £56billion link, opening 2026, will do up to 225mph and serve the existing network too.
But HS2 Ltd chief Mark Thurston told the All-Party Parliamentary Rail Group speeds could drop 30mph and train numbers from 18 to 14 per hour to cut costs.
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