Flooding road closures in Hertfordshire

PUBLISHED: 09:29 17 February 2014 | UPDATED: 09:56 17 February 2014

Some roads in Hertfordshire are still closed after last week's flooding

Some roads in Hertfordshire are still closed after last week's flooding

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Roads are still closed in Hertfordshire today (Monday) after flooding struck the county last week.

Green Lanes in Hatfield and Sandridgebury Lane, between Hatfield and St Albans are still closed, as are some roads around Knebworth and Kimpton.

For a full list of closures, see below.

St Albans, Hertsmere & Welwyn Hatfield

* Green Lanes, Hatfield: road closure still required

* Sandridgebury Lane, St Albans: road closure still required 2ft of water

Dacorum, Three Rivers & Watford

* A411 Lower High Street Watford: one lane of two open

* Green Street, Chorleywood: road closure still required

* Longcroft Lane, Hemel: road still closed

* Plough Roundabout Subway, Hemel: subway closed, pedestrian crossing and footbridge available to pass safely

* Wood End Lane, Hemel: closed due to Swallow Hole

East Herts & Broxbourne

* Warren Lane, Braughing - road closed by land slide

North Herts & Stevenage

* Blakemore End, Kimpton :road closure still required

* Porters End Lane, Kimpton: road closure still required

* Watton Road, Stevenage: road closure still required, diversion in place

* Langley Lane, Langley: part closure from the bend


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