Delays in Kings Langley due to new roundabout construction

Delays in Kings Langley due to new roundabout construction

Delays in Kings Langley due to new roundabout construction

First published in News Watford Observer: Photograph of the Author by , Reporter

Motorists in Kings Langley are facing long delays while a new roundabout is being built in Nash Mills.

With Lower Road being one of the main roads out of the village towards Hemel Hempstead, authorities are warning villagers that delays are likely until the end of August while the work is being completed.

Work begun on the new roundabout on Friday.

 

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5:46pm Tue 29 Jul 14

Mum of Teens says...

5 weeks to install a small roundabout?
5 weeks to install a small roundabout? Mum of Teens
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7:01am Thu 31 Jul 14

stevus says...

The roundabout the Highways Agency should be changing is the one at the M25/A4251 junction.

Traffic trying to join M25 clockwise always stacks up behind the A4251 traffic light queue, causing half-mile long tailbacks in rush hour.

There is enough space to create a filter lane for those turning right on to M25E, so someone PLEASE do it.
The roundabout the Highways Agency should be changing is the one at the M25/A4251 junction. Traffic trying to join M25 clockwise always stacks up behind the A4251 traffic light queue, causing half-mile long tailbacks in rush hour. There is enough space to create a filter lane for those turning right on to M25E, so someone PLEASE do it. stevus
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