A high speed world needs political consensus
In the past fortnight there has been a surge in chatter about the prospects of mega-transport schemes High Speed 2 (HS2) and the Thames Estuary airport. But still the government faces the question of how to fund these projects while keeping taxpayers happy or, alternatively, how to entice a risk-averse private sector to get on board.
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