High Speed UK - Connecting the Nation
£20bn less than existing plans for HS2 & HS3.
Improves 94% of journeys and reduces journey time by an average of 40%.
Saves 600 million tonnes of CO2 and avoids the Chilterns AONB.
Improves regional rail across the UK and integrates with the existing rail infrastructure.
“HS2 modelling is shocking, biased and bonkers.”
Margaret Hodge, Chair, Public Accounts Committee
“No economic case for HS2... it will destroy jobs and force businesses to close.”
Institute of Economic Affairs
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A01 HS2 : High Speed to Failure
A02 HS2 : High Speed to Nowhere - Stand Alone Executive Summary
A03 HS2 : High Speed to Nowhere – Main Report
A04 HS2 : High Speed to Nowhere – Appendices
A05 The Northern Poorhouse – 64-page version
A06 The Northern Poorhouse – Full report including Technical Appendix E
A07 High Speed Rail & CO2 (Alan Brooke Introduction) 2011
A08 High Speed Rail & CO2 (Main Report) 2011
A09 High Speed Rail – Where are the Engineers?
A10 Rails Around London – In Search of the Railway M25
A11 HSUK Impacts on M1 Junctions
A12 High Speed Trains, Slow Speed Brains
B00 HSUK Brochure
B01 HS2 Ltd : No Understanding of UK Intercity Connectivity
B02 HS2 Ltd Network Design : Epic Fail
B03 The HS2 Speed Paradox
B04 HS2 – Fragmenting the National Network
B05 HS2 – is the cost now £140 billion?
B06 HS2 – in breach of the 2008 Climate Change Act??
B07 HSUK vs HS2 connectivity compared
B08 HSUK vs HS2 capacity compared
B09 HSUK Methodology Statement
B10 HS2 – Epic Fail in the Northern Powerhouse
B11 UK Rail Network Passenger Growth
B21 Hemsworth Report
B22 Westlink – A Superior Alternative to Crossrail2
F01 High Speed North: Joining Up Britain
F02 High Speed North: Getting to Heathrow - A train for every plane
F03 2M Group submission to Scottish Parliament High Speed Rail Inquiry