Britain’s first high-speed commuter line

BBC takes the Javelin

BBC takes the Javelin

Cutting almost an hour off the journey to Ashford, Kent, Britain unveiled it’s first high-speed commuter line on its only high-speed rail line. Whilst not exactly a revolutionary day for UK commuters – up to 508 passengers per train will benefit from a limited service until the full service commences in December – it is a step in the right direction and could at least serve as the catalyst for a much bigger revolution in UK’s high-speed ambitions.

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