Following from the announcement covered here:
Let us assume that the whole Barnett consequential will be spent on transport within Wales. (I'll leave it to you to decide what proportion would be on rail.) What would you wish to see done with the money? Alternatively, what do you think will actually be done within the transport budget?BBC said:Wales will get an extra £755m over five years as a result of money being spent on the HS2 high-speed rail line in England, the Welsh government has said.
The new high-speed line, linking London to Birmingham by 2026, with routes to Manchester and Leeds by 2033, is officially predicted to cost £55.7bn, according to the Department for Transport.