We've created a map detailing paths shown on Ordnance Survey maps which will be affected if the proposed HS2 route goes ahead.
The mapping of paths along the HS2 route is an on-going project. This map was last updated on 29 November 2011. The changes were based on Open Street Map walking routes and Google aerial imagery.
Whilst we've tried to map paths correctly there may be some cases where errors have occurred. If you spot something which needs correcting please email us at email@example.com supplying details of the path and how to correct its position.
You can also see the HS2 route map using Bing Maps. It's possible to switch to Ordnance Survey data from here. There may be conversion errors from Google Maps to Bing Maps.
CPRE (the Campaign to Protect Rural England) has produced a series of maps illustrating the impact of HS2 on the natural landscape and communities, during construction and when it is in operation. The maps can be found at hs2maps.com.
Along with CPRE we've signed up to the Right Lines Charter which calls for a national transport strategy, better future-proofing of big transport proposals, effective public participation and a more strategic approach to minimising adverse impacts.