its only 192 years!
We're obliged this morning to reader Paul Smith for alerting drivers to ongoing and rather prolonged roadworks in Hertfordshire, albeit with "slight" impact on traffic flow: 200 year roadworks on St Albans Rd West, according to elgin Those of you thinking that not even in the UK could it take 200 years to put right a bit of …
Try living in Sheffield!
One survey carried out regarding the state of the roads here, said that at the current rate of repair, the city will take 300 years to correct all the problems with potholes, botched earlier repairs, etc.
Why Paris? Goes down just like Tarmac, hot and smooth....
At least, even with 2 weeks of over-run, they'll be done in time for christmas!
@alan: did you notice the start date? it's already been going for nearly 8 years... it's a mere 192 years remaining.
Has anyone considered that the third field could be a time field rather than a year: starting a just gone 8pm, finishing 2 hours later?
Didn't think so.
so what are locals called? Or is it another name for a bra?
And there is of course a local birdwatching chapter.....! http://www.hertsbirdclub.org.uk/tyttenhanger-siteguide.html - "birdclub" indeed!!
Paris - because, according to the Sun in 2007, she now needs bigger Tyttenhangers!
Anyone who has to endure the A10 crossing over the M25 just north of Enfield will know that this is probably true. 2 lanes at 60mph to a motorway routing roundabout, then 4 lanes for 400 yards at 70mph, then immediately back to 2 lanes at 40mph for the next 5 miles and they wonder why there's gridlock when more than 5 vehicles go down that stretch!