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Roadworks on M25 on Monday.

Barrier repairs to improve safety will take place on the M25 next week.

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Leighton Buzzard Railway Station

LATEST: Rail delays continue, but trampoline has now been cleared from line at Leighton Buzzard

Rail services are slowly getting back to normal after a stray trampoline was removed from the line at Leighton Buzzard this afternoon.

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Rail lines blocked because of trampoline on the line

Rail services on Virgin and London Midland are being blocked following reports of a trampoline on the line.

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Flight delay predictions ahead of half-term bank holiday

Flight delay predictions ahead of half-term bank holiday

Thousands of Brits jetting off on city breaks this weekend could be faced with flight delays to popular European destinations.

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Are you unknowingly breaking the law on the road?

Are you unknowingly breaking the law on the road?

One in four motorists admit to regularly ‘taking risks’ on the road, a study has found.

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Variable speed camera on the M1 motorway

‘Smart cameras’ snap thousands near Hemel Hempstead

Speed cameras have proved smarter than the thousands of speeding drivers they have trapped on motorways in the Gazette’s patch.

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Gravel Path in Berkhamsted has a 30mph speed limit

Group holds ‘Slow Down Day’ at Berkhamsted road notorious for speed

A group highlighted safer driving this morning on a road where 85 per cent of drivers are breaking the speed limit.

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The crash happened on the northern carriageway of the A41

Two die in A41 collision in Berkhamsted as teen is arrested

Two people have died in a crash on the A41 - and a 17-year-old has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving.

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Road resurfacing works will take place across Hertfordshire

Repairs to be made on hundreds of Hertfordshire roads

Hertfordshire County Council is giving hundreds of the county’s most weather-worn residential roads - including many in Dacorum - a new lease of life.

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Trains for football fans and runners

London Midland is putting on an extra early morning train service to help marathon-goers on Sunday.

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A broken rail line has caused a number of trains to be cancelled at Berkhamsted station

Lines now clear after disruption at Berkhamsted Station

Lines are now clear at Berkhamsted Station after a number of trains were delayed and cancelled earlier this afternoon.
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London Midland has advised against travelling to London Euston this evening.

Trains restored on London Midland routes to and from Euston

Rail services have been restored on the West Coast Main Line after yesterday’s fire in north London.

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‘Avoid Euston if at all possible’ London Midland commuters are warned

Rail-users are bing warned to avoid London Euston station if possible this evening, after the station had to be evacuated.

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Average commuter spends �48K in their career - just to get to work

Average commuter spends £48K in their career - just to get to work

The average British commuter will spend over £48,000 across their working lifetime - just to get to the office.

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Tring Railway Club exhibition at Pitstone Memorial Hall on Saturday. This layout was made by Graham Atkins who was warden of College Lake in Tring.
He died about two years ago. His widow donated this layout to the club. Graham used to work for Tunnel Cement hence cement ingredients in the trucks on the little train. College Lake was originally a huge gravel pit used by Tunnel Cement.In this photograph are Tring club members from left Geoff Travis, Ian Barnes and his son Riley aged 13.

Platform for traditional fun with model railways

Old-style fun was on track over the weekend, when Tring and District Model Railway Club held their annual Beacon-Rail exhibition at Pitstone Memorial Hall.

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One-way system could be explored in Berkhamsted

One-way system could be explored in Berkhamsted

Residents are being urged to share their views on whether a one-way system could help traffic in parts of the town centre in Berkhamsted.

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Residents have been urged to use 'local' cabs by taxi drivers

Taxi tests retained as drivers urge public to use 'local cabs' in Dacorum

Taxi drivers have scored a victory after convincing councillors to retain geography tests for drivers – now they’re urging the public to use local drivers.

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Van carrying French fries found to be 2.5 tonnes over the legal limit

An overweight van had to go on a crash diet after police found it carrying a mighty load of chips which took it to 2.5tonne over the legal driving limit.

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Tring and District Model Railway Club show.
Sheila Pearson's  N Guage layout in a suitcase.

Have some rail good fun with Tring and District Model Railway Club

Tring and District Model Railway Club will hold its annual Beacon-Rail Spring Exhibition next month.

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Hertfordshire plans the next 12 months of road maintenance

Hertfordshire plans the next 12 months of road maintenance

Roads bosses have finalised their plans to maintain Hertfordshire’s highways over the next 12 months.

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