The next stop for HS2 will be Manchester
Britain’s HS2 high-speed rail project will be debated in parliament shortly. The Bill (the parliamentary proposal for debate) has been laid before the House of Commons, the start of the official procedure for finalising the project into an Act of Parliament. The Bill proposes for extension from Birmingham to join the busy West Coast Main Line at Crewe, and for a line to run to Manchester, with a terminus in the city centre, adjacent to the existing Piccadilly station, possibly on the site of the former Mayfield goods terminal.
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