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HS2 A National Strategy for High Speed Rail. Prof Andrew McNaughton. Britain is Growing. Population of England 2008 52m 2033 60m 2050 70m. We Have Upgraded Classic Rail. A Small Country. London to: The North East Paris – Lyon Manchester / Leeds Paris – Brussels West Midlands

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britain is growing
Britain is Growing

Population of England

  • 2008 52m
  • 2033 60m
  • 2050 70m
a small country
A Small Country

London to:

  • The North East
    • Paris – Lyon
  • Manchester / Leeds
    • Paris – Brussels
  • West Midlands
    • Frankfurt - Cologne

600km

300km

guidelines principles original remit
Guidelines Principles: Original Remit
  • Maximise benefit for the investment
  • Capacity expansion for long distance passenger growth
  • Release existing lines for commuter / freight growth
  • Connectivity between major cities
  • Through running beyond new line
  • Contribute to mode shift from road and air
  • Compatibility with HS1 / European HS network

“A new passenger transport backbone, not a replica of the existing railway” – Lord Adonis

government commitment
Government Commitment

‘High Speed Two will be a national asset, which is why it is backed by entrepreneurs, passengers, businesses and many local authorities right across Britain.’

- Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin, January 2013

underpinning growth
Underpinning Growth
  • Rebuild and rebalance UK economy
  • Supports the creation of 100,000 jobs
  • Delivers around £2 of benefits for every £1 spent
  • Wider benefits from released capacity
  • Cities working as one economic powerhouse
  • HS1 has seen regeneration worth £10bn
changing connectivity
Changing Connectivity

Scotland

  • London to
    • West Midlands 1-24 to 0-49
    • Manchester 2-08 to 1-08
    • Leeds 2-12 to 1-22
    • Scotland 4-20 to 3-38
  • Birmingham to
    • Manchester 1-34 to 0-41
    • Leeds 2-05 to 0-57
    • Paris 4-30 to 3-00

Newcastle

Leeds

Manchester

Birmingham

London

Heathrow

hs2 timescales
HS2 Timescales
  • 2009 Study Commenced
  • 2010 Proposal for Network
  • 2011 Public Consultation
  • 2012 Decision to Develop
  • 2013 Start Act of Parliament
  • 2017 Start Physical Work
  • 2026 Open to Birmingham
  • 2033 The “Y” Complete
hybrid bill for london west midlands
Hybrid Bill for London – West Midlands
  • Powers to:
    • Build and operate HS2
    • Acquire and lease land
    • Alter roads
    • Modify statutory undertaker’s equipment
  • Deposit hybrid bill end of 2013
  • Environment Statement Consultation 2014
  • Act of Parliament 2015
continuing consultation dialogue
Continuing Consultation & Dialogue
  • Consultations So Far…
    • 2011 Principles Consultation
    • 2011 Phase 1 Route Consultation
    • 2012 Property Consultation
    • 2013 Draft Environment Statement Consultation
  • Continuing dialogue
    • Local Community forums
    • Planning forums with local authorities
    • National non governmental organisation forums
    • Core Cities Forum
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Maximising Outputs

Capacity

Speed

Reliability

Commercial Service Mix

a 21 st century railway the passenger experience
A 21st Century Railway: The Passenger Experience
  • High capacity: up to 18 trains per hour, up to 1100 seats per train
  • Intelligent ticketing
  • High quality comfort and access to trains and stations
  • Good connections: end-to-end journeys

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Business

Requirements

slide17

Business

Requirements

Operation Concept

slide18

Business Requirements

Operation Concept

Engineering System Performance

slide19

Business Requirements

Operation Concept

Engineering System Performance

Trains

Track

Control

Stations

Etc.

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Business Requirements

Operation Concept

Engineering System Performance

Trains

Track

Control

Stations

Etc.

Route Selection and Development

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Avoiding Mixed Traffic

North W Midlands

HS at 330kph = 29 mins

NW London

Time

Trains leaving London at 3 minute intervals

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Avoiding Mixed Traffic

North W Midlands

HS at 330kph = 29 mins

One train at 210 km/h =5 train pathsat 330 km/h

Train at 210kph = 45 mins

NW London

Time

Trains leaving London at 3 minute intervals

london 2 central stations
London - 2 Central Stations

Euston

Old Oak Common

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West Midlands Interchange

People mover to National Exhibition Centre and the Airport

‘Parkway’ feeder for the metropolitan area

Highway connections to trunk network

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slide28

Not Just a Transport System…

…Changing Cities?

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slide33

Current Train Sound (360km/h)

Higher noise

Lower noise

Image based on SNCF 1/3 Octave Noise Map of TGV at 360km/hr modified to represent LpAeq using output from TWINS modelling

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Judged By Future Generations

Prof Andrew McNaughton

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