Consultation on a Draft National Policy Statement for the National Road and Rail Network

5 March, 2014

This is the evidence that Greengauge 21 has submitted to the Department for Transport’s consultation on the draft National Policy Statement for the National Road and Rail Networks. The evidence has also been submitted to the House of Commons Transport Committee’s inquiry on the NPS: Greengauge 21 response to draft NPS for national networks consultation

Evidence to the Transport Select Committee

26 November, 2013

The following evidence was submitted by Greengauge 21 to the Transport Select Committee on 19th November 2013

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HS2 is starting its procurement process

23 October, 2013

A HS2 Supply Chain Conference will be held at the ICC in Birmingham on Tuesday 5 November 2013. The conference will be the first in a series of events enabling suppliers to

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Case Study – high-speed rail is not about trains

8 October, 2013

This case study highlights the importance passenger experience in creating a HSR brand. The passenger experience includes all key elements of the journey, so HSR planning must go further than merely alignment, stations and trains: High Speed is not just about trains

Case Study – high-speed rail stations: what sets them apart?

8 October, 2013

This case study, developed by Parsons Brinckerhoff, explores the characteristics that set a high-speed train station apart from other passenger handling facilities, using experiences from the California High-Speed Train Project (CHSTP): What sets HS facilities apart?

Case study – land use + urban design = sustainable economic benefits

8 October, 2013

If not planned well, transport can isolate and sever communities, and produce negative outcomes for social inclusion. Developed by Parsons Brinckerhoff, this case study looks at how planning High Speed Rail stations well can ensure that they provide substantial benefits to their local communities,  including commercial, transport and redevelopment benefits: GG21ILG Case Study: delivering sustainable economic benefits