RELATED STORIES The study has been commissioned by the West Yorkshire Combined Authority, which is keen to make the case for a high-speed station in the city centre, rather than a parkway station in a suburb.
The consultants will explore various options before working up a detailed proposition, while also setting out the economic benefits of the scheme.
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He said there were “opportunities for us to be very creative” when exploring ideas for getting high-speed rail into Bradford city centre.
Julian Jackson, assistant director for planning, transportation and highways at the Council, said: “We haven’t ruled out cuttings, tunnels and other ways it could come into the city centre.” The feasibility study will be fed back to working group Transport for the North (Tf N) which has been given £60 million of Government funding to draw up proposals for a high-speed link between Leeds and Manchester, which is now called Northern Powerhouse Rail.
Tf N and Network Rail are now understood to be considering either a city centre stop or a parkway station further out, as they prepare firm proposals to put to the Department for Transport later this year.
A Tf N spokesman said: “Transport for the North are working with Network Rail to investigate options for the Northern Powerhouse Rail network, which include possible links to Bradford.
“Our partnership board will weigh up costs, engineering feasibility and benefits to the economy of the whole of the North as they decide which options to recommend to government.” Plans to transform Bradford Forster Square station remain on track The Bradford Chamber of Commerce has been heavily involved in lobbying transport chiefs for a high-speed stop for Bradford.As British Muslims ourselves we understand the significance of the identity and heritage we share.We believe that at Muslim&Single you will find a safe place to talk to & meet people from a similar background as yourself.He said: “I think it’s really good news that this kind of work is happening because this is about trying to make a detailed case for there being a high speed station in Bradford.“From that point of view, this is exactly what the Combined Authority should be doing, this kind of feasibility work.” Cllr Cooke said a long section of the HS1 link from London to the Channel Tunnel was underground, and this approach alleviated the need for complex land-acquisition processes.