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Parliamentary questions
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7 September 2015
E-010991/2015(ASW)
Joint answer given by Ms Bulc on behalf of the Commission
Written questions: E-010991/15 , E-010992/15
Question references: E-010991/2015, E-010992/2015

The British rail project known as HS2 is situated on a rail section part of the trans-European transport network (TEN-T).

The UK Department for Transport applied for EU funding from the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) in response to the 2014 CEF call for proposals with a project entitled ‘Improving the UK Core High Speed Rail Network: HS2 Phase 1 Ground Investigations.’

This proposal, registered with the number 2014-UK-TM-0324-S, has been approved for funding. The total approved EU contribution is of EUR 39 198 517.00, out of a total of EUR 78 397 034.00 eligible costs.

For a summary of the proposal as approved for financing, the Honourable Member is invited to consult the information brochure published on the website of the Innovation and Network's Executive Agency (INEA), at page 153:

https://ec.europa.eu/inea/sites/inea/files/cef_brochure_final_web.pdf

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