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HS1Herpes Simplex 1
HS1Hematopoietic-Specific Protein 1 (immunology)
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HS1 is tasked to operate and maintain the 109km track, as well as the four stations served by the route: St Pancras International, Stratford International, Ebbsfleet International and Ashford International.
So the real elegance of the Greengauage proposal is that it not only enables HS2 to be connected to Heathrow and to HS1 and the Channel Tunnel, but it would also serve Birmingham Airport and the NEC and, if only it were to be built, Birmingham Grand Central.
A Department for Transport consultation in 2011 called High Speed Rail: Investing in Britain's Future, stated: "A link to HS1 would make it possible to travel non-stop from the Birmingham Interchange station to Paris in under three hours.
It's not integrated, get on in and end up doesn't Michael A Department for Transport consultation in 2011, called High Speed Rail: Investing In Britain's Future, stated: "A link to HS1 would make it possible to travel non-stop from the Birmingham Interchange station to Paris in under three hours.
The members of the consortium will acquire interests in HS1 pro rata by reference to their respective shareholdings, with HICL and the Equitix funds each acquiring 35%, and the third party InfraRed funds acquiring the balance of 30 %
Considering HS1 is a failure, why do they think HS2 will work?
When I was Transport Secretary, the head of the company building the Channel Tunnel Rail Link, or HS1, demanded PS1.
Interestingly, Ontario Teachers' also owns a substantial portfolio of assets including 100 per cent of Bristol Airport and minority stakes in Birmingham Airport, Copenhagen Airport and Brussels Airport, the HS1 rail line linking London with the Channel Tunnel and international water and power utilities.
1 December 2014 - Japanese technology company Konica Minolta (TSE: 4902) said it has launched the high-end portable SONIMAGE HS1 at this year's Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) conference in Chicago.
HS1 has produced considerable savings similar to those that could be expected for HS2.
HERE'S a good way to distract from the failures of our involvement in Afghanistan - announce a large infrastructure project in the North, which is unlikely to be started in the next 20 years - if ever - notwithstanding the multiple projects that have occurred in the South (including HS1, Thameslink, Crossrail, the Olympic infrastructure etc.