Rail fares must be simpler if HS2 is to fulfil its potential, says firm’s outgoing chairman David Higgins

Fares on the nation’s railways must become simpler and easier for passengers to understand if the full potential of HS2 is to be realised, according to the outgoing head of the company behind the high speed rail project.
Sir David Higgins, who today releases his final report as chairman of HS2 Ltd, says Yorkshire is already feeling the benefits of the 350-mile high speed track connecting London with Leeds, Manchester and Birmingham despite it not arriving in the region until 2033.
He says there are already 90 Yorkshire firms who have delivered work on the project, with a further 277 talking... read more

 
19 July 2018 in Yorkshire & Humber, Views: 59
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