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Railways, East of England, Greater London, West Midlands

HS2: The London-West Midlands route

Two Million trees will be planted along the London-West Midlands high-speed line to minimise its visual impact, transport secretary Philip Hammond has announced.

Hammond, who has travelled the 120-mile route to hear the views of local communities, said more than half the route alignment had been refined since the original recommendations of Government company HS2 Ltd were delivered in December 2009. “We have ensured that the Chilterns will be crossed predominantly in tunnels and deep...

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