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Project study: Together on CTRL

Britain's civil engineering industry has the opportunity with the Channel Tunnel Rail Link to demonstrate that transport infrastructure can be created in a timely and cost effective manner limiting damage to the environment. After 17 months of work on the ground all across Kent, Section One of the project has avoided the conflicts with protestors that characterised road construction for three decades. CTRL is on programme, under budget and gearing up for the start of Section Two tunnelling the high speed railway into central London.

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