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South Road Closure

The works at Cambridge Road and South Road are progressing and in order to construct the new kerb lines at the South Road junction, South Road itself will be closed from Wednesday 12th December to Friday 21st December.

This will enable the works at this junction to be completed before Christmas, which is sooner than originally planned and will hopefully mean less disruption for residents.

A signed diversion route via Station Road will be in place. More »

You will be able to get the latest information about this planned closure from www.roadworks.org

If you would like to see plans and get more information about the project please visit their website: www.hertfordshire.gov.uka120standon

Or you can contact the project team directly by emailing them: a120standon@hertfordshire.gov.uk » Less

Posted: Thu, 06 Dec 2018 12:34 by Maureen Wren

Roadworks on A120 to last 3 years

Hertfordshire Mercury Nov. 29th

Follow link for newspaper article:

Posted: Fri, 30 Nov 2018 10:18 by Pat Foot


Concerned residents, please contact the Highways Project Team direct with your comments at


They will then filter into the system immediately and engineers can review the Traffic Management in real time.

Posted: Wed, 28 Nov 2018 15:22 by Maureen Wren