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  • Scrapping HS2 would be a worse idea than Borisís garden bridge Ė LettersIt would seem that Boris Johnson shares your scepticism about the benefits of HS2 and has appointed an advisor, Andrew Gilligan, who is a sceptic, but who nevertheless apparently believes we need more rail capacity. One also wonders what the new transport minister, Grant Shapps, will make of it.

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  • Government plans Ä86bn spend to renew German networkGERMANY: A 54% increase in spending on infrastructure renewals will see Ä86bn invested in the national rail network over the next decade, Transport Minister Andreas Scheuer announced on July 26.
  • Stadler bimodes enter service at Greater AngliaUK: The first of 38 three- and four-car electro-diesel multiple-units being supplied by Stadler to operate regional services in East Anglia began revenue operation on Abellio's Greater Anglia routes from Norwich to Lowestoft and Yarmouth on July 29.

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