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 London & South Coast Analysis 2015

 

The latest publication released by the BML2 Project Group in December 2015

 

The download file is approx 4.5mb

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Why the South

desperately

needs

Brighton

Main Line 2

 

The download file is approx 3mb.

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Why only BML2

can benefit Lewes

 

This brochure clearly shows why the BML2 Project is the ONLY viable scheme on the table that would reconnect the railway from Uckfield directly to BOTH Brighton and Lewes with the least impact of noise and visual appearance within the South Downs National Park.

 

The download file is approx 1.33mb.

 

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Response to

Network Rail's draft

Sussex Area Route Study

 

The download file is approx 1.5mb.

 

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Have you also seen our BML2 Limited Edition Wallpapers?

Available FREE in various resolutions to suit desktop, laptop, tablets and mobile users

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BML2 Reviews

Lord Bassam of Brighton explains why he considers the BML2 Project is so important to the South

 

...... click to continue to his in-depth review

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London & South Coast Analysis 2015

London & South Coast Analysis 2015 

A 24pp in-depth analysis produced by the BML2 Project Group is now available to download for viewing or printing.

The file is approx 4.5mb in pdf format.

 

Click on image to start the download.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BML2 – Essential for London's future prosperity

BML2 is essential for London and the South East's future prosperity. Traffic could flow in many directions at the Croydon/London end, providing much needed extra capacity and flexibility.

The BML2 Route Plan below, showing how it interlinks with both the Brighton Main Line and Tonbridge Main Line via a reinstated Tunbridge Wells West station. The BML2 plan is the only current project that will provide increased capacity and unlock Network Rail's stated "Major Barriers to Growth in the South East", for which Network Rail currently have no answer, other than to consider pricing people off train travel during the weekday peak period."

 

 

BML2 Route Map

 

 

The flexibility that BML2 provides at the Southern end could provide passengers with multiple choice direct destinations from Eastbourne, Seaford and Brighton. On some destinations north of London, it could also avoid having to change trains in the Central London area, thereby freeing up capacity on the London Underground lines.

As new third rail electrification is now ruled out, BML2 (from Brighton through Uckfield) would be wired for 25kv AC Overhead Line (OHL). Dual-voltage trains would be necessary to access BML2 from Eastbourne, Lewes or Seaford until converted from 750v third-rail.