The High-Speed Rail Group (HSRG) has published a report with contributions from leaders across the Yorkshire and North East region, outlining the benefits of the government delivering the eastern route of HS2.
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Published by Britain's High Speed Rail Group (HSRG), the report examines the benefits, opportunities and extent of international high-speed rail, with contributions drawn from across the infrastructure industry.
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