With an emphasis on the London area, RailAble researches improvements to the rail network. We believe in travel by train. Rail is socially inclusive and better for the environment. Demand for rail travel is growing and the rail network is expanding. Welcome therefore to RailAble. Suggested pronunciation : Rail and Able. We hope you find our published research interesting.
We have three current proposals :
Firstly, a station stop on High Speed 2 in the vicinity of Aylesbury.
Secondly, a direct London commuter service via Camberley.
Thirdly, concerning travel in the Oxford to Cambridge arc, a southern option for the central section.
Further details follow.
Proposal for Aylesbury Interchange on High Speed 2 :
Related article : Proposal for Aylesbury Interchange on High Speed 2
Services in the Camberley area :
Related article : Camberley : coming in from the cold
Oxford to Cambridge by rail : southern options for the central section :
Source : East West Rail Consortium website, discussion paper February 2009, figure 1.1.
Related article : Oxford to Cambridge by rail : southern options for the central section
Our discussion of southern options for the central section of the Oxford to Cambridge arc also discusses possible extensions of the Watford Junction to St Albans Abbey branch railway line.
Our current proposals, projects and articles are listed here : List of articles
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