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作者: qingchengshan    时间: 2014-11-1 07:54     标题: 2014-11-01 英国政府支持新建高速铁路3号线

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'HS3' Northern Rail Link To Cut Journey Times


If the next stage of HS2 goes ahead it would halve the Leeds and Manchester journey time - but the cost is yet to be revealed.

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作者: mickey666    时间: 2014-11-1 11:05

HW

It is perhaps the offer they cannot afford to refuse. High speed rail for the ambitious northern cities like Manchester, Leeds, Liverpool and H. The government said this is a fast track to a better life.

I think it’s a real opportunity here as the chancellor has spoken here to create a northern power house by looking how we could use high speed rail and other infrastructure to link up our great  northern cities so that we really have a propel balance, rebalance of our economy. That’s what this is about.

Of course there are still thousands of people who are // against this plan. HS2 and the northern extension of it will cut right across where I am standing in this village in northeastern Leeds. And it is in this city where the chairman of the project will give his recommendations for the plan. But that’s not before the Prime Minister and the chancellor of giving their backing to the next stage, HS3.

The first stage of HS2 starts in London’s Uston and is due to open in 2026. It heads northwest, connecting Birmingham before heading up to Lichfield. Phase 2 of the network timetabled for 2032 recommends a route through Crewe and onto Manchester and through Nottingham and onto Sheffield and Leeds. New plans have been announced for HS3. A new tunnel under the P, connecting Manchester to Leeds. The idea that traveling times will be slashed. For example, Manchester to Leeds now is around 55 minutes. In the future it could be as little as 26 minutes.

We are gonna enable the north to compete. We are gonna have to be very bold on our investment for transport of the north. We just spend, we just say we just spend 15 billion pounds on cross rail in London. And I believe the north has to have its P and investment too.

The campaign against HS2 has long questioned the figures and promises and the impact on towns and villages.

Cutting across behind here, 14 meters in the air, a concrete...

Jo Mason whose house lies on the route of the north extension in Leeds says the value of her house has dropped by more than 300,000 pounds.

We have won every argument. We have won the economic argument, the environmental argument, the capacity argument, every single argument. It will not help the north. All these things are //. This is a politically driven, vanity project. Its flames have been fund by the people who have stunned to do very well out of it. The government knows it must keep up the pace of the controversial project or risk of stalling all together. With election looming, winning over the north with the promise of better times could win crucial votes.

Nick Martin, Sky News, Leeds.
作者: maomao7676    时间: 2014-11-1 16:01

本帖最后由 maomao7676 于 2014-11-3 14:25 编辑

HOMEWORK

It is perhaps the offer they cannot afford to refuse: high speed rail for the ambitious Northern cities like Manchester, Leeds, Liverpool and Wolve. The governments say this is a fast track to a better life.
“I think there is a real opportunity here, the chances talked about to create a Northern power house by looking at how we can use high speed rail and other infrastructure to link up our great Northern cities so that we really have a proper balance, a rebalancing economy. That is what it’s all about.”
Of course, there are still thousands of people who are dead against this plan. HS2 and the Northern extension orbit will cut right across where I’m standing in this village in Northeast Leeds. And it is in the city with the chairman of the project will give his recommendations for the plan. But that’s not before the Prime Minister and the Chancellor are giving their backing to the next stage: HS3.
The first stage of HS2 starts London, Huston. And it’s due to opening 2026. It heads northwest, connecting Birmingham before heading up to Lichfield. Phase Two of the network, timetabled for 2032, recommends of Route through Crewe along to Manchester, and through Nottingham and north to Sheffield and Leeds. New plans have been announced for HS3, a new tunnel under the pen names, connecting Manchester to Leeds. The idea, the traveling times will be slashed. For example, Manchester to Leeds now is around 55 minutes. In the future, it could be as little as 26 minutes.
“We are goanna, enable the North to compete, we are goanna have to be very bold on our investment for transport for the North. We just spend, the stage’s spending 15 billion pounds on crossrail in London. And I believe the North has to have it at pressure and investment too.”
The campaign against HS2 has long question to figures and the promises at the impact on towns and villages.
“Cutting across from behind here. 40 meteres in there. Concrete wider…”
John Mason, whose house slides on the route of the Northern extension near Leeds, says the value of her house has dropped by more than 300,000 pounds.
“We have won every argument. We have won the economic argument, the environmental argument, the capacity argument, every single argument. It will not help the North. All these things are spurious. It’s politically driven, vanity project. It’s the flame that’s being found by the people who start to do very well after it.”
The government knows it must keep up the pace of this controversial project or risk its staling all together. With an election looming, winning over the North with the promise of better times could win crucial votes.
Nick Martin, Skynews, Leeds
作者: samaras    时间: 2014-11-1 21:12

on mickey666

It is perhaps the offer they cannot afford to refuse. High speed rail for the ambitious northern cities like Manchester, Leeds, Liverpool and whole. The government say this is a fast track to a better life.

I think it's a real opportunity here as the chancellor has spoken about to create a northern power house by looking at how we can use high speed rail and other infrastructure to link up our great  northern cities so that we really have a propel balance, rebalance of our economy. That's what this is about.

Of course there are still thousands of people who are deadly against this plan. HS2 and the northern extension of it will cut right across where I am standing in this village in northeastern Leeds. And it is in this city where the chairman of the project will give his recommendations for the plan. But that's not before the Prime Minister and the chancellor of giving their backing to the next stage, HS3.

The first stage of HS2 starts at London's Uston and is due to open in 2026. It heads northwest, connecting Birmingham before heading up to Lichfield. Phase 2 of the network timetabled for 2032 recommends a route through Crewe and upto Manchester and through Nottingham and upto Sheffield and Leeds. New plans have been announced for HS3. A new tunnel under the P?? connecting Manchester to Leeds. The idea (that) the traveling times will be slashed. For example, Manchester to Leeds now is around 55 minutes. In the future it could be as little as 26 minutes.

We are gonna enable the north to compete. We are gonna have to be very bold on our investment for transport of the north. We just spend, we just say we're just spending 15 billion pounds on cross rail in London. And I believe the north has to have its hair show?? and investment too.

The campaign against HS2 has long questioned the figures and promises and the impact on towns and villages.

Cutting across from behind here, 40 meters in the air, a concrete by that...

Jo Mason whose house lies on the route of the north extension near Leeds says the value of her house has dropped by more than 300,000 pounds.

We have won every argument. We have won the economic argument, the environmental argument, the capacity argument, every single argument. It will not help the north. All these things are spurious. This is a politically driven, vanity project. It is the flames that have been found by the people who stand??? to do very well out of it. The government knows it must keep up the pace of this controversial project or risk its stalling all together. With an election looming, winning over the north with the promise of better times could win crucial votes.

Nick Martin, Sky News, Leeds.
作者: lukymango    时间: 2014-11-2 09:05

homework:
It is perhaps the offer they cannot afford to refuse: high speed rail for the ambitious Northern cities like Manchester, Leeds, Liverpool and Wolve. The governments say this is a fast track to a better life.
“I think there is a real opportunity here, the chances talked about to create a Northern power house by looking at how we can use high speed rail and other infrastructure to link up our great Northern cities so that we really have a proper balance, a rebalancing economy. That is what it’s all about.”
Of course, there are still thousands of people who are dead against this plan. HS2 and the Northern extension orbit will cut right across where I’m standing in this village in Northeast Leeds. And it is in the city with the chairman of the project will give his recommendations for the plan. But that’s not before the Prime Minister and the Chancellor are giving their backing to the next stage: HS3.
The first stage of HS2 starts London, Huston. And it’s due to opening 2026. It heads northwest, connecting Birmingham before heading up to Lichfield. Phase Two of the network, timetabled for 2032, recommends of Route through Crewe along to Manchester, and through Nottingham and north to Sheffield and Leeds. New plans have been announced for HS3, a new tunnel under the pen names, connecting Manchester to Leeds. The idea, the traveling times will be slashed. For example, Manchester to Leeds now is around 55 minutes. In the future, it could be as little as 26 minutes.
“We are goanna, enable the North to compete, we are goanna have to be very bold on our investment for transport for the North. We just spend, the stage’s spending 15 billion pounds on crossrail in London. And I believe the North has to have it at pressure and investment too.”
The campaign against HS2 has long question to figures and the promises at the impact on towns and villages.
“Cutting across from behind here. 40 meteres in there. Concrete wider…”
John Mason, whose house slides on the route of the Northern extension near Leeds, says the value of her house has dropped by more than 300,000 pounds.
“We have won every argument. We have won the economic argument, the environmental argument, the capacity argument, every single argument. It will not help the North. All these things are spurious. It’s politically driven, vanity project. It’s the flame that’s being found by the people who start to do very well after it.”
The government knows it must keep up the pace of this controversial project or risk its staling all together. With an election looming, winning over the North with the promise of better times could win crucial votes.
Nick Martin, Skynews, Leeds
作者: lyrachow    时间: 2014-11-2 12:11     标题: [Homework]2014-11-01 英国政府支持新建高速铁路3号线

It is the perhaps the offer they cannot afford to refuse, high speed rail for the ambitious northern cities like Manchester, Lees, Liverpool and H... the governments say this is the fast track to a better life.

I think it is a real opportunity here the chancellor has spoken about to create a northern power house by looking how we can use high speed rail and other infrastructural to link up our great northern cities so that we really have a propel balance, a rebalance for our economy, that's what is all about.

Of course, there are still thousands of people who are deadly agianst this plan, HS2 on the northern extension of it will cut right acorss where I am standing in this village in northeast Leeds. And it is in the city where the Chairman of the project will give his recommendations for the plan, but that's not before the Prime Minister and the Chancellor have given their backing to the next stage, HS3.

The first stage of HS2 start at London's U, and is due to 2026, it has northwest connecting Birminghan before heading up to Lichfield. Phase 2 of that network timetable for 2032 recommends a route through C and onto Manchester and through N and onto S and Lees. New plans have been announced for HS3, the new tunnel under the P can link Manchester to Leeds, the idea the travelling time will be slashed, for example Manchester to Leeds now is around 55 min, in the future it could be as little as 26 min.

We are gonna enable the north to compete, we are gonna have to be very bold on our investment for transport for the north. And we just spend, we just the say we spend 15 billion pounds on corss rail in London, and I believe the north has its // and investment too.

The campaign against HS2 has long questioned the figures and the promises, and the impact on towns and villages.

Cutting acorss behind here, 40 meters in the air, a concrete by that...

J whose house lies on the route of the northern extension near Lees, says the value of her house has dorpped by more than 300,000 pounds.

We have won every argument, we have won the economic argument, the environment argument, the capacity argument, every single argument. It will help the north, all the thing are spurious, this is policy driven, a vanity project. It is flames being found by the people who stand to do very well out of it.

The government knows it must keep up the pace of the controversial project, or risk of stalling all together, with an election looming, winning over the north with the promise of better times could win crucial votes.









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作者: smilewangyan    时间: 2014-11-3 14:17

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作者: yong999988    时间: 2014-11-4 14:38

It is perhaps the off they can not afford to refuse,high speed rail for the ambitious northern cities like Manchester,Leeds,Liverpool and whole.The government says this is a fast track to a better life.I think this is a real oppurnity here, the chance is spoken about to create a northern power house by looking at how we can use high speed rail and other infrastructure to link our great nothern cities, so we realy have a  proper ballance,reballance of our economy, that is what this is about.Of course there are thousands of people who are dead against this plan. HS2 on the nothern extention of it could cut right across where I'm standing in this village in notheast Leeds. And it is in the city where the chairman of the project will give his recommendation for the plan.But that's before the prime minister and chancellor have given their backing to the next stage HS3.The first stage of HS2 starts at London Huston, and it's due to opening at 2026. It heads northwest connecting Bermingham and before heading up to Lichfield. Phase 2 of that network, timetabled for 2032 recomended road through Crewe untill Manchester, and throuth Nortingham untill to Sheffield and Leeds. New plans will be annoucnced for HS3,a new tunnel under the panlines connecting Manchester to Leeds. The idea the travelling time will be slashed. For example, Manchester to Leeds is now around 55 minutes.In the future,it could be as little as 26 minutes.We can enable the north to compete.We can have to be very bold on our investment for the transport for the north.We just spend,we are just at the  stage of spending 50 billion pounds on cross rail in London. And I believe the north has its fair share on investment too. The campaign against HS2 has long questioned the figures it promises and impact on towns and villages.Putting it across behind here,14 meters in the air,a concrete......Joe Mason,whose house lies on the route of northern extention near Leeds,says her house value has droped by more than 300,000 pounds.We have won every argument,economic argument,environmental arugment, the capacity argument,every single argument.It will not help the north.All these things experienced,this is politically driven,vanity project. It's the flame that's being fanned by the people who stand to do very well after it. The government knows it must keep up its pace of this controversial project or risk stalling it altogether.With  the election looming,winning over the north with the promise of better times could win crucial votes.
作者: xingxingcamille    时间: 2014-11-13 07:25

HOMEWORK

This is perhaps the offer they cannot afford to refuse -- high-speed rail for the ambitious northern cities like Manchester, Leeds, Liverpool and Hull. The government said this is a fast track to a better life.

“I think it’s a real opportunity here as the chancellor has spoken about, to create a northern powerhouse by looking at how we can use high speed rail and other infrastructure to link up our great northern cities, so that we really have a proper balance, a rebalance in our economy. That’s what this is about.”

“Of course there are still thousands of people who are deadly against this plan. HS2 and the northern extension of it will cut right across where I’m standing in this village in northeast Leeds. And it is in the city where the chairman of the project will give his recommendations for the plan, but that’s not before the Prime Minister and the chancellor have given their backing to the next stage -- HS3.”

The first stage of HS2 starts at London’s Euston, and it’s due to open in 2026. It heads northwest, connecting Birmingham before heading up to Lichfield. Phase 2 of the network timetabled for 2032, recommends a route through Crewe and onto Manchester, and through Nottingham and onto Sheffield and Leeds. New plans have been announced for HS3, a new tunnel under the Pennines connecting Manchester to Leeds. The idea the traveling times will be slashed. For example, Manchester to Leeds now is around 55 minutes. In the future it could be as little as 26 minutes.

“We are gonna enable the north to compete. We are gonna have to be very bold on our investment for transport for the north. We just spend, we just stage spending £50bn on Crossrail in London. And I believe the north has to have its fair-sharing investment too.”

The campaign against the HS2 has long questioned the figures and the promises, and the impact on towns and villages.

“Cutting across from behind here, 40 meters in the air, a concrete…”

Joan Mason whose house lies on the route of the northern extension near Leeds says the value of her house has dropped by more than £300,000.

“We have won every argument. We have won the economic argument, the environmental argument, the capacity argument, every single argument. It will not help the north. All these things are spurious. This is a politically driven vanity project. It is the flame that’s being found by the people who start to do very well after it.”

The government knows it must keep up the pace of this controversial project or risk its stalling all together. With an election looming, winning over the north with the promise of better times could win crucial votes.

Nick Martin, Sky News, Leeds.




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