HSUK is a fully integrated rail network, not just a high speed line.
HSUK Journey Improvements
HSUK makes 92% of journeys between major UK centres faster.
HS2+3 Journey Time Changes
HS2+3 will degrade 28% of connections on the existing network.
Cities Linked Directly at Least Hourly
HSUK improves 100% of connections on the existing network.
High Speed Rail Checklist. HS2 vs HSUK
What do we want for a High Speed Rail network? See how HSUK matches up.
HS2+3 Route Map
HS2+3 Route Map shows just how little is planned and funded.
Comparison of Route Concepts. HS2 vs. HSUK
High speed line or high speed network?
Northern Powerhouse Details with Journey Times
HSUK exceeds the Government’s specification for the Northern Powerhouse
HSUK Northern Powerhouse Diagram
A Northern Powerhouse delivered earlier, designed into the first phase of HSUK.
HSUK Transpennine Solution
HSUK provides plans for transpennine travel will help ease road congestion too.
HSUK London Solution
HSUK links into London and beyond with HS1 and Heathrow.
HSUK Euston Solution
HSUK fits neatly into Euston’s existing footprint, so less cost and disruption.
HSUK Heathrow Solution
HSUK means high speed from the northern cities straight to Heathrow.
HSUK Chilterns Solutions
HSUK doesn’t need to barge through an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
HSUK Scottish Solution
HSUK has plans in place to connect Scotland, unlike HS2.
The Midlands Ring improves services throughout the region, not just for B’ham.
HSUK Midlands Upgrades
HSUK goes straight to New Street so it’s connected up from the start.
HSUK Midlands Ring Detailed Route Map
High speed trains on improved and restored lines can connect the Midlands.
HSUK Potteries Improvements
Improvements in the Potteries mean faster travel from the Midlands to the North.
HSUK National Upgrades
HSUK links the top 16 UK cities.
HSUK runs to city centre stations in all UK primary cities.
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