Bushey Arches Roundabout to close overnight this week

Watford Observer: Watford roundabout to close overnight this week Watford roundabout to close overnight this week

Motorists are being warned to expect delays at a busy roundabout in Watford while graffiti is removed.

From today until February 15, Bushey Arches Roundabout will be closed between 10pm and 5am at the railway arches.

Network Rail is responsible for the work.

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12:37pm Wed 12 Feb 14

davidhornet says...

So the road will be shut for 21 hours while graffiti is removed, good use of public money / Network Rail money? What is so offensive that it requires this amount of work to remove it? How about potholes and other road hazards? Perhaps there is something disparaging about our good leader Dorothy Thornhill written there or some rant about the state of the rail service in this country. Not exactly a beauty spot is it? I look forward to another fare rise to cover this and other waste of money projects.

Bit early for April 1 isn't it?
So the road will be shut for 21 hours while graffiti is removed, good use of public money / Network Rail money? What is so offensive that it requires this amount of work to remove it? How about potholes and other road hazards? Perhaps there is something disparaging about our good leader Dorothy Thornhill written there or some rant about the state of the rail service in this country. Not exactly a beauty spot is it? I look forward to another fare rise to cover this and other waste of money projects. Bit early for April 1 isn't it? davidhornet

12:47pm Wed 12 Feb 14

TRT says...

davidhornet wrote:
So the road will be shut for 21 hours while graffiti is removed, good use of public money / Network Rail money? What is so offensive that it requires this amount of work to remove it? How about potholes and other road hazards? Perhaps there is something disparaging about our good leader Dorothy Thornhill written there or some rant about the state of the rail service in this country. Not exactly a beauty spot is it? I look forward to another fare rise to cover this and other waste of money projects.

Bit early for April 1 isn't it?
With the floods there and the unfortunate death of Donal Drohan last year, that bridge has been seen a fair few times on national and even global television, and the prominent graffiti really doesn't send a positive image of the town. And image is everything, so expect to see photos of a grinning Dotty in hi-vis and hard-hat with a stiff broom, a sudsy bucket and a cherry picker.
[quote][p][bold]davidhornet[/bold] wrote: So the road will be shut for 21 hours while graffiti is removed, good use of public money / Network Rail money? What is so offensive that it requires this amount of work to remove it? How about potholes and other road hazards? Perhaps there is something disparaging about our good leader Dorothy Thornhill written there or some rant about the state of the rail service in this country. Not exactly a beauty spot is it? I look forward to another fare rise to cover this and other waste of money projects. Bit early for April 1 isn't it?[/p][/quote]With the floods there and the unfortunate death of Donal Drohan last year, that bridge has been seen a fair few times on national and even global television, and the prominent graffiti really doesn't send a positive image of the town. And image is everything, so expect to see photos of a grinning Dotty in hi-vis and hard-hat with a stiff broom, a sudsy bucket and a cherry picker. TRT

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