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High Speed 2 - Joint event with ICE

Lecture

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High Speed 2 is the proposed high speed railway line from London to Birmingham and beyond. Andrew McNaughton has been in the thick of possibly the most controversial engineering project in the UK today.

Date and Time

18 April 2013 - 18:30-20:30

Location

Welwyn Garden City, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)

Organiser

Organised by the Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire local network.


About this event

High Speed 2 is the proposed high speed railway line from London to Birmingham and beyond.  This will bring services north of London up to speeds now commonplace in Continental Europe and the Far East.  But its cost and its impact on those living near its route has made it possibly the most controversial engineering project in the UK today.  Andrew McNaughton has been in the thick of route selection, concept design and the campaign to build public support.                

Programme

Tea/coffee from 6:30pm
Lecture starts 7pm

Additional information

Speaker

Professor Andrew McNaughton, Chief Engineer, High Speed 2 Ltd

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