Roads in St Albans closed for repairs

St Albans & Harpenden Review: Roads in St Albans closed for repairs Roads in St Albans closed for repairs

Motorists in St Albans are being warned of delays as roads are closed for repairs.

All of the works will take place on Thursday and Friday between 7.30am and 6pm.

Selby Avenue will be closed at the junction of Upton Avenue to the junction of Britton Avenue.

Laburnum Grove will also be closed at the junction of Watford Road to the end of the cul de sac and Orchard Drive will be closed between Mayflower Road and Penn road.

Hertfordshire County Council is responsible for the work.

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8:24am Thu 6 Mar 14

Cllr Chris White says...

Herts CC have managed to resurface the wrong roads - concentrating on the ones that don't really need fixing while leaving Britton Avenue untouched. When I challenged them, they said basically that this is what the computer programme tells them to do. Welcome to Little Britain: 'The Computer says No'.

Will keep on battling!
Herts CC have managed to resurface the wrong roads - concentrating on the ones that don't really need fixing while leaving Britton Avenue untouched. When I challenged them, they said basically that this is what the computer programme tells them to do. Welcome to Little Britain: 'The Computer says No'. Will keep on battling! Cllr Chris White
  • Score: 2

8:53am Thu 6 Mar 14

Bobbio says...

You don't mention the ongoing work on the roundabout at the junction of Radlett Road and Bluehouse Hill. This has been going on for two weeks now. I cannot see that when the work is complete there will be any benefit to any road users. It will still be a roundabout with two lines of traffic approaching it. The money would have been better spent at the roundabout at the junction with King Harry Lane and Blueberry hill, where a bit of kerb clipping would allow two lanes to exit King harry Lane. The evidence for this is there with the tracks of vehicles who make this move by going onto the verge on the left had bend from King Harry Lane towards Hemel.
You don't mention the ongoing work on the roundabout at the junction of Radlett Road and Bluehouse Hill. This has been going on for two weeks now. I cannot see that when the work is complete there will be any benefit to any road users. It will still be a roundabout with two lines of traffic approaching it. The money would have been better spent at the roundabout at the junction with King Harry Lane and Blueberry hill, where a bit of kerb clipping would allow two lanes to exit King harry Lane. The evidence for this is there with the tracks of vehicles who make this move by going onto the verge on the left had bend from King Harry Lane towards Hemel. Bobbio
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