The mammoth rail project promised to deliver a better connected and more prosperous UK. Years, (and billions of pounds) later, is the dream still intact?
HS2 promises to provide a fast and reliable train service from major regional cities to London, but is the project already in trouble before it has even begun?
The UK's business leaders are in agreement that HS2 will be great for companies across the country, but almost half believe that operations should begin in the North – not London.
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The government has responded to criticism from a House of Lords committee, which assessed the justification for HS2 as being "seriously deficient".
More than £10bn worth of contracts are up for grabs in the High Speed 2 project – how can you win a slice
Sir David Higgins, executive chair of the HS2 rail scheme, has said an HS3 rail would be "desirable" and "possible".
Have you considered that the decline of our former industrial heartland cities and London’s overcrowded housing and airport issues are a lot more interconnected than you perhaps thought
High Speed 2 will benefit London businesses, argues Councillor Brian Connell. He explains why.
The government has given the go-ahead to the £32bn high-speed rail link HS2 the UK ‘s biggest infrastructure project in modern times.