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The Project Support Centre is located in the School of Architecture and the Built Environment at the University of Westminster.

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The future of rail 2050

Posted on: 27 June 2014
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This report unveils a vision of the future of rail travel in light of trends such as urban population growth, climate change and emerging technologies.

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Crossrail urban realm proposals

Posted on: 18 June 2014
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Crossrail has set out plans to develop and enhance the public spaces around stations in a number of outer London boroughs. The proposed designs will include new landscaped areas, better way-finding and enhanced integration with other transport services.

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Crossrail 2

Posted on: 10 June 2014
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A second consultation on the proposed Crossrail 2 rail route has been launched to consider changes to the original route, including a possible extension to New Southgate in the London Borough of Barnet. Comments are requested by 25 July 2014.

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ENTER.HUB Newsletter

Posted on: 29 April 2014
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The EU-funded project, ENTER.HUB, promotes the role of railway hubs and multimodal interfaces in medium-sized cities as engines for integrated urban development and economic, social and cultural regeneration. The latest newsletter is now available online.

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Urban rail development in Tokyo from 2000-2010

Posted on: 29 April 2014
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This paper reported on urban rail development in the Tokyo Metropolitan Area following the latest master plan proposed in 2000 and discussed recent policy issues that may be raised as key issues in the next master plan.

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Failure to transform: High-speed rail and the regeneration myth

Posted on: 28 April 2014
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New research, published by the Institute of Economic Affairs, outlines the flaws in the government’s latest favoured justification for HS2, namely its regenerative effects on the economy and employment in the north. The author of the report studied the relationship between high speed rail and economic performance, using the UK’s only example of a high-speed domestic rail service from London to Kent. 

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HS2: A radical new approach is urgently needed

Posted on: 25 April 2014
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This blog considers the impact of HS2 on wildlife and The Wildlife Trusts’ ideas for large-scale nature restoration along the HS2 proposed route.

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Crossrail as catalyst

Posted on: 23 April 2014
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Future of London has published a report which examines how London communities can grasp the regeneration potential of Crossrail stations and of future infrastructure projects. Presentations are also available to two seminar held earlier in 2014. The first seminar, “Maximising Crossrail: The experience so far” held on 30 January 2014 , and the second, “Maximising Crossrail: Is collaboration the catalyst?”, held on 25 February 2014.

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HS2 and the environment

Posted on: 8 April 2014
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The report presents the findings of an inquiry carried out by the House of Commons Environmental Audit Committee which intended to inform the House about the environmental aspects of the project when it gives the HS2 Hybrid Bill its second reading, and afterwards to inform the Select Committee when it considers petitions.

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HS2 Plus

Posted on: 17 March 2014
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Sir David Higgins, when he became Chair of HS2 Ltd, was asked by the government to undertake a review on maximising the benefits of HS2 and managing costs. He has carried out a review of the cost estimates for constructing Phase One and confirmed they are right. Sir David’s report also proposes to deliver benefits, particularly benefits to the Midlands and the north, more quickly. The report sets out a clear proposal to accelerate construction so that the Crewe section of Phase Two would be completed by 2027, not 2033, and to build a new integrated hub station at Crewe. Sir David also makes recommendations about connectivity in the midlands and the north.

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