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Their seams to be a connectivity problem

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Local connectivity to HS2 stations will be ‘crucial’ in the regions, according to the Greater Birmingham Local Enterprise Partnership.

But if ‘local connectivity to HS2 stations is crucial’, with “seamless connections”, why has HS2 been designed to run to separate and / or periurban stations, such as Curzon Street in Birmingham and ‘Birmingham interchange’ in rural Solihull?

Birmingham St Martin's Queensway tunnel

Birmingham's proposed HS2 station would be on the other side of St Martin's Queensway tunnel from New Street station

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Written by beleben

March 10, 2014 at 5:14 pm

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