HS2

Siemens challenges HS2 train contract award

ROGER FORD

▄ Preferred Joint Venture bid failed on technical assessment
▄ Injunction sought to halt ministerial approval
▄ Third legal challenge after CAF and Talgo

ROGER FORD
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Siemens challenges HS2 trains decision

Basis for legal challenge outlined

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Burnham may refer HS2 and NPR decisions to Parliament

Tony Miles

Continuing fear for fate of HS2 eastern leg

Tony Miles
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High-speed people

High Speed 2 and contractors are running a major programme to recruit apprentices. One of them, JOAB LITTLEFIELD, talks to ANDY RODEN about his experiences on Britain’s new railway

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ROUTING HIGH SPEED 2

During High Speed 2’s extensive planning, many options were considered for the route. DAN HARVEY explains how and why the final selection was made

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Willesden’s logistics revival

The former Euroterminal site is playing a pivotal role in HS2’s London operations, reports PHILIP SHERRATT

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HS2 LOOKS UP IN LONDON

Construction of High Speed 2’s Old Oak Common station and crossover box is gathering pace. ANDY RODEN visits the sites to reveal how these vital parts of the HS2 jigsaw are taking shape

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HS2 inaugurates Willesden Euroterminal logistics hub

HS2 and the Skanska Costain Strabag joint venture (SCS JV) have officially marked the start of operations at the logistics hub on the former Willesden Euroterminal site.

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Anxiety over HS2 eastern leg future

Work on West Midlands to Leeds stretch on hold

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High-speed history

With HS2 Phase One construction accelerating, DAN HARVEY looks back at the route’s rationale and how it gained approval