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Sub story to regular feature: Issue 588 20 Jan 2012

Integrating HS2 with local transport and land-use planning ‘vital’ says DfT

The construction of HS2 is likely to drive the demand for major investment  in local transport networks to serve HS2 stations. 

Political leaders in the West Midlands have begun exploring the case for a second Midland Metro line linking Birmingham city centre with major development sites in the east and south-east of the city – including the two HS2 stations.

The new line would start at New Street  and serve the proposed HS2 station at Curzon Street, major urban...

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