HS2 Phase One plan and profile maps: London to the West Midlands

These maps show the Phase One route of High Speed Two (HS2) between London and the West Midlands, due to be completed in 2026.

The maps use Ordnance Survey data as their baseline and the second half of each map shows the HS2 Phase One route in relation to the ground, for example, showing where the route is in an embankment, over a bridge or over a viaduct. They also show indicative road diversions and junction layouts.

The maps are organised into groups that correspond to a specific geographical area along the HS2 Phase One route. There is also a key plan to help you understand how the route has been divided into these geographical areas for your ease of reference.

The scale used for each map is shown on the map itself and varies depending on rural or urban locations.

Please be aware that some of these maps are very large and may take some time to download depending on your internet connection and speed, and the hardware or device you are using.

Should you experience any problems, please contact the HS2 helpdesk:

HS2 helpdesk

High Speed Two (HS2) Ltd
Two Snowhill
Snow Hill Queensway

B4 6GA

As a result of restrictions in place due to the COVID-19 outbreak, we strongly recommend you contact us by email or phone. We may not be able to access or respond to enquiries received via post. The helpdesk team are unable to transfer calls internally to HS2 Ltd members of staff.

Index and key plans

Euston Station

London Metropolitan

Country South

Country North

West Midlands

Published 19 December 2014