CONTINUING THE PHILOSOPHY OF REGINALD O. KAPP
9.113 Integrating BML2 with Brighton Crossrail
Pre-feasibility study for Greater Brighton Economic Committee
By John Kapp, 22, Saxon Rd Hove BN3 4LE 01273 417997, firstname.lastname@example.org
1 Summary – double Greater Brighton’s rail network by 2030 to build 60,000 homes.
3 Other UK rail projects completed, under construction or planning. Latest news of BML2
4 Is it worth applying for Brighton Crossrail?
5 The need for a Brighton Crossrail project to access Brighton East dormitory suburbs.
6 Brighton Crossrail alternative alignments Hove to Brighton.
7 Proposed alignment route of the new line.
8 Possible reuse of Kemptown station and branch line as BML2 interchange with Crossrail.
9 Kemptown Crossrail to Newhaven.
10 Which has the stronger case, BML2, or BCR?
11 Planning to reopen former lines to open up Sussex for development 2050 and 2100.
12 List of the closed branch lines.
13 Planning and pricing the rail network to last to 2100.
14 How many new jobs would be created?
15 Conclusion. Action plan.
Appendix Network Rail,
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