HS2 may run fewer, slower trains to stay on budget and schedule
High-speed rail project’s CEO said that service could be reduced by four trains an hour
HS2 could be forced to run fewer trains at slower speeds in order to keep the high-speed rail project within budget, the company’s chief executive has said.
The government-backed infrastructure development has faced criticism for “misleading MPs” with price estimates that were hundreds of millions of pounds too low, following fears that costs were spiralling out of control.
Related: HS2 misled MPs about cost of high-speed rail project – whistleblower
Source: Guardian Transport
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