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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

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

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Fire services were called to the scene earlier this afternoon

Bus catches fire in Berkhamsted as fuel spill leads to delays

A bus caught fire in Berkhamsted earlier this afternoon, with the road being blocked as authorities remain on the scene.

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The roadworks take place from Monday

Roadworks on M1 and M25 taking place near Hemel Hempstead

A number of roadworks are taking place from Monday (March 20) on the motorways near Hemel Hempstead.

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Cross Oak Road is set to be shut for maintenance work

Concern over ‘unsafe’ road diversions in Berkhamsted

Concerns have been raised over ‘unsafe’ road diversions that are set to be brought in in Berkhamsted.

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Council workers clear rubbish from the A41 in Dacorum

10 tonnes of rubbish cleared from A41 in ‘costly’ tidy-up

Nearly 10 tonnes of rubbish was cleared from the A41 in a clean-up operation in February which cost around £25,000.

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Berkhamsted car park fight reaches latest fundraising target

A Crowdfunding bid aiding the fight versus a planned multi-storey car park in Berkhamsted, reached its target in less than four days.

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Storm Doris has disrupted train journeys throughout the day across the country.

London Midland Trains win award for supporting staff

London Midland Trains has achieved the top Gold 
Investors in People (IiP) award for the way it trains, manages and supports its staff.

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Storm Doris is causing delays to and from Hemel Hempstead station

Storm Doris causes train chaos between Dacorum and London

High winds caused by Storm Doris have been causing lengthy delays and some cancellations to trains between Hemel Hempstead, Berkhamsted, Tring and London.

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Full rail service expected on London Midland on Thursday, despite Storm Doris

Full rail service expected on London Midland on Thursday, despite Storm Doris

London Midland plans to run a full service tomorrow (Thursday, February 23), despite winds of up to 70mph predicted courtesy of Storm Doris.

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Ellesmere Road could soon become a 20mph zone. Is this how it would look?

Three roads could be made 20mph zones in Berkhamsted

Three roads could soon be trialled as new 20mph zones in Berkhamsted – and if considered a success it could be made permanent.

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26-mile stretch of A41 to be cleared of rubbish

26-mile stretch of A41 to be cleared of rubbish

An operation has begun on clearing piles of litter on a 26-mile stretch of the A41.

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Parking near Tring Station.

Yellow peril for Tring station car parking?

One of the main roads to Tring Station has had double yellow lines introduced - at the fifth time of asking.

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More than 160 passengers had to be ejected from  a rowdy late-night train headed towards Northampton.

Rail services for Hemel Hempstead improve over the last four years - but have dropped compared to six months ago

Rail users are less satisfied with services than they were six months ago, according to the latest National Rail Passenger Survey.

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Double win for rail operator which serves Hemel Hempstead, Berkhamsted and Tring

Double win for rail operator which serves Hemel Hempstead, Berkhamsted and Tring

London Midland trains have two “Most improved” awards at this year’s Golden Whistles ceremony.

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Rail staff eject 162 passengers from train headed towards Hemel, Tring and Berkhamsted

162 people were refused entry onto a London Midland train on Friday night due to anti-social behaviour.

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Four weeks of engineering works will affect trains to and from London Euston

Rail passengers have been warned to expect engineering works over the next four Sundays, between London Euston and Willesden Junction and also at London Euston.

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Britain’s most expensive train fare revealed

Britain’s most expensive train fare revealed

A train journey spanning barely half the country has been revealed as the country’s most expensive standard class ticket available to passengers.

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Rail passengers more likely to complain than praise services

Rail passengers more likely to complain than praise services

Train passengers are 35 times more likely to complain about services than they are to praise them.

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