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Latest 2017 BML2 Project Publication

BML2 response to Gibb Report BML2 response to 2017 Gibb report

Our 10pp response to the Gibb Report is now available to download for viewing or printing.

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It is approx 2.5mb in landscape pdf format.









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BML2 is in the unique position of being capable of solving many of the serious problems facing the most over-crowded routes between London, Sussex, Surrey and Kent. It also offers other opportunities to enhance the network further and strengthen the capital’s position in Europe. The focus of growth in London is gravitating eastwards, whilst the city and its environs seem set to continue their key role in the financial, commercial and tourist sector.


What has now become the BML2 Project, was the brainwave of Brian Hart who has extensive knowledge and enormous enthusiasm of the national railways in the South East corner of the UK. He was also instrumental in starting the Wealden Line Campaign many years ago, in an endeavour to get the railway line rebuilt from Lewes to Uckfield. His determination to reconnect the vast swathe of people living in the Wealden/Mid Sussex/Kent areas directly by rail to the South Coast remains undiminished to this day.


With the new Amex football stadium at Falmer for Brighton & Hove Albion, vast numbers of football supporters will need to travel to the East of Brighton and the BML2, when built, would provide ideal public transport for those coming from the Oxted/Tunbridge Wells/Crowborough and Uckfield areas. It would also make life easier for Undergraduates to get to the two Universities from these areas, and avoid possible late arrival, caused by being compelled to use buses that can often get delayed by heavy road traffic.

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This is the report and detailed plans of how a new Second Brighton Main Line would provide the most realistic, reasonable and quickest solution to solve the South East's approaching railway capacity crisis.

The detailed plans show how the new Thameslink service could be considerably enhanced with the introduction of BML2, providing new capacity for intensive services to and through London from both Eastbourne and Brighton.

BML2 could also offer a direct service to Seaford and the redeveloping port of Newhaven for passengers using the Ferry services to France.

Reinstatement of Tunbridge Wells West Station and the link to Eridge would also see the BML2 providing capacity solutions to the Tonbridge Main Line, as well as new travel opportunities.

BML2 when completed will deliver more London-South Coast train services, considerably less over-crowding, a more reliable network, extra capacity elsewhere, a better environment with new travel opportunities especially for those travelling to the University Campus at Falmer or to the new Brighton and Hove Albion Football Stadium currently under construction.

These plans are not wishful thinking but eminently possible, and could be funded either by private investment from the City of London or other financial sources, Network Rail, Transport for London, Regional or National UK Government, European Union or even a combination.

The report is very detailed with many graphics and runs to 44-pages, and is presented in a Pdf format which will require you to have Adobe Reader or a similar application on your computer in order to read or download the BML2 Presentation.

The file size is about 27Mb so please be patient whilst the data downloads to your computer.

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