Shepley on... right lines for regional boost

Shepley, Chris
May 2009
Planning (14672073);5/22/2009, Issue 1819, p9
The article discusses the author's views on the ongoing debate on high-speed railways in the urbanized area in London, England. He muses on the routes that need more improvement and faster service that runs from Newcastle through Birmingham and Bristol to the West County. The author reveals the lack of evidence that can prove the relevance of faster trains to London ensued by the lack of national spatial planning.


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