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Latest closure notices

Every month the Hertfordshire County Council ROW team sends us the latest list of temporary traffic regulation orders (TTROs) affecting Hertfordshire rights of way (ROW).

We then update the spreadsheet below so that anyone planning a walk in the Hertfordshire countryside can check whether any ROWs are closed before setting off. Please check this page before planning any walk.

If you find that a public right of way on a walk you are planning is marked as being closed, please choose another route. These are 'temporary' closure orders, so the ROW will reopen. The list shows the date it is closed from and the duration of the work taking place.

Scroll through the spread sheet below left to right and up and down to see all relevant information including the name of the ROW, the section affected by the closure, the work being undertaken, the start date, and the likely duration.


  1. Thank you David, that information will help a lot of walkers in the group.

    1. Thanks, yes, I thought it was worth keeping in touch with the HCC ROW team so that we know in advance which public rights of way are undergoing maintenance. Glad you find it useful.


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