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High Speed 2 automated people mover (APM) Euston Station to St Pancras International further investigation final report

Author:
Arup for High Speed Two Limited (HS2 Ltd)
Publisher:
Department for Transport
Date published:
20 December 2010

Summary

This report presents the findings of investigations into options for a people mover between Euston and St Pancras as an alternative to a rail connection from HS2 to HS1. This report covers:

  • Investigation of underground utilities and tunnels along the line of the people mover
  • Illustration of the people mover and its guideway structure superimposed against the North and South facade elevations along Phoenix Road
  • Development of the people mover interface with the existing St Pancras Station on Midland Road

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