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- HS2 may run fewer, slower trains to stay on budget and schedule The Guardian
- HS2 trains ‘could be run slower with fewer services in a bid to cut costs’ AOL UK
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The government’s flagship high-speed rail project HS2 could have its capacity slashed and journey times extended in order to stay within its multibillion-pound budget, it has been revealed.
High-speed rail project’s CEO said that service could be reduced by four trains an hour
Running slower and fewer trains on the new HS2 line are among the options available to keep the rail project within budget, its chief executive has said.Phase 1 of the £56 billion high speed rail
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