Posts by HS2AA

New Years Resolutons for Justine Greening

As Justine Greening prepares to give the go-ahead to High Speed Rail Two (HS2) in January  we have been giving […]

Research Contradicts Official Claims that the West Coast Main Line is “Full”

Research carried out by HS2 Action Alliance, and verified by independent research firm CRT Viewpoint, has discovered that long distance […]

18 Trains An Hour?

Bruce Weston of HS2AA wrote to Alison Munro, Chief Executive, HighSpeed2 Ltd, requesting that she publishes any documentation that she […]

HS2AA writes to Justine Greening MP about the West Coast Main Line

Following the publication of our research into the load factors on long-distance trains leaving Euston (during peak hours in the working week), […]

18 trains an hour letter

Bruce Weston of HS2AA wrote to Alison Munro, Chief Executive, HighSpeed2 Ltd, requesting that she publishes any documentation that she […]

HS2AA Research Confirms West Coast Main Line Trains Are Not Full in The Peak

HS2AA research, which was  externally validated shows West Coast Main Line Trains on long distance services are not full at […]

Revisions requested by Transport Select Committee destroy HS2 Business Case

Today’s Transport Select Committee (TSC) report on High Speed Rail Two (HS2) recommends revisions that destroy the business plan case […]

Debate in House of Commons – make your views count

There will be a general debate on HS2 in the House of Commons on 13 October 2011, so it is […]

Philip Hammond comments on High Speed Rail Two (HS2) at the Conservative Party Conference

Philip Hammond trotted out his usual tired argument yesterday that the only opposition to HS2 comes from people on the […]

High Speed 2 Action Alliance to launch alternative manifesto at Conservative Party conference in Manchester

HS2 Action Alliance will be in Manchester this weekend to discuss its ‘A Better Railway for Britain’ document, prepared by […]