Revised HS2 plans for Euston extend build time by seven years

Revised HS2 plans for Euston extend build time by seven years

Bosses say proposals leave room for redevelopment and minimise disruption at London station but Camden council says serious questions remain

HS2 has unveiled revised plans for its London terminus at Euston, prolonging construction by seven years and incorporating a bright yellow roof over its high-speed rail platforms.

The £2.25bn development at the station will now be completed in 2033 rather than 2026, built in two stages to limit disruption to passengers on the traditional network. Work is due to begin in 2017.

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Source: Guardian Transport

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