HS2 would cause “a decade of disruption” for Euston passengers

A Freedom of Information request by HS2 Action Alliance reveals how much disruption HS2 would cause to passengers at Euston if the project goes ahead. Richard Houghton is interviewed on BBC Three Counties Radio, 7th March 2014.

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  1. The professional planning and engineering credibility of the Consultants who have been working with HS2 and DFT has to be restored by slowing down this rush to find better use of train paths in and out of Euston. Buffer stop Euston is no longer viable. What is the plan for Euston for the next century. It is not only about redevelopment of the rentable structure but about the underground space and allocations from LUL, Crossrail, WCML and other rail service.

    Until the Euston plan is agreed by all rail transport operators the current DFT and HS2 plan to OOC or to Euston is inadequate. The DFT TFL and HS2 and ORR need to stop look and listen and change from Buffer stops to through and buffer stops. The UK politicians as planners and engineers and transportation operators lacks professional credibility. Rushed without regard for the importance of getting the plan right for the future.

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