Wednesday 23 Apr 2003


Region & Route:
| Southern
Network Rail’s £184m West Anglia Route Modernisation project (WARM) has reached the railway line between Waltham Cross, Roydon and Hertford East.  The work in this area forms the fifth stage of the project and in order to upgrade the signalling system a number of level crossings will be closed and road diversions put in place. Sunday 27 April (all day) to (06.00hrs) Monday 28 April Windmill Lane level crossing – Next to Cheshunt Station.  Level crossing closed. Please avoid crossing unless absolutely essential. Alternative access has been arranged for local residents. Roydon level crossing– Next to Roydon station (B181 at bottom of the High Street) Level crossing closed A diversionary route will be signposted.  For northbound traffic via B181 (High Street), Harlow Road/Roydon Road, A1169 (Elizabeth Way), A414. (Firth Avenue/Allende Avenue), Eastwick Road, B181 Roydon Road.  For southbound traffic the route will be the reverse.

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