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  • Briefing notes show the Y-shaped line will cost around £ 11.2 billion to build and £ 1.25 billion a year to run, but will deliver around £ 15 billion more in wider transport benefits and £ 10 billion more in revenue than the S-shaped option.

    U.K. Outlines High-Speed Rail Vision

  • A sinuous Y-shaped corridor (splitting to reach the two bridges) was stacked densely on both sides with megalithic towers holding thousands of apartments, each one with a terrace, and standing on a foundation of endless parking garages.

    Indignation Superhighway

  • Then a team led by Alexander Seifalian at the University College of London worked round-the-clock to produce a Y-shaped matrix that would replace the cancerous portion of the patient's windpipe and connect with his lungs.

    Patient gets world's first artificial trachea

  • The government had been looking at the so-called single line "S-shaped" option, but after consulting with engineers decided the Y-shaped option was more cost effective.

    U.K. Outlines High-Speed Rail Vision

  • Speaking at the Conservative Party conference in Birmingham, Mr. Hammond said the preferred option for the rail line was for two separate corridors — the so called "Y-shaped" option.

    U.K. Outlines High-Speed Rail Vision

  • Instead, she has signed off only part of a network, from London to Birmingham, with few guarantees about what will follow in the rest of the Y-shaped route from Birmingham to Manchester and Leeds.

    High-speed rail: big ticket transport | Editorial

  • Many of the towns and villas that surround Lake Como's Y-shaped shore are worth visiting not just for their glamorous aesthetics, but for the centuries of history that lives within the walls.

    Maria Russo: Glamour, Gardens and George Clooney in Lake Como

  • With a scalpel, a doctor then slices a long, Y-shaped incision in the torso and studies the innards, removing and weighing each organ, and using a small rotary saw to remove the top the skull.

    Medical Examiners In America: A Dysfunctional System

  • Leeds will be equally accessible when the second branch of the Y-shaped network is finished also in 2032.

    High-speed rail link HS2 set for go ahead from minister

  • Mr. Hammond said consultation on building the Y-shaped rail line would begin early next year.

    U.K. Outlines High-Speed Rail Vision

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