Flooding forces roads and park & ride to remain closedBy Lucy Thorne
May 03, 2012
Rainfall overnight has led to the continued closure of a number of roads and the Park and Ride today.
The Loddon Bridge Park and Ride in Winnersh Triangle is closed for a fourth day.
Redlake Lane is still closed between Easthampstead Road and Honey Hill due to severe flooding.
Drivers are advised to use an alternative route via Easthampstead Road, Heathlands Road and Honey Hill, or by this route in reverse.
Sandford Lane which runs between Woodley and Hurst is closed between its junctions with Mohawk Way (Woodley) and B3030 Davis Street (Hurst).
The alternative route for drivers is via Mohawk Way, The Bader Way, Loddon Bridge Interchange South, A329 Reading Road, Robinhood Lane and Davis Street or by this route reversed.
The Lands End ford in Park Lane, Charvil, has also been shut but the road and pub remains open. An alternative route is along Lodge Road, Waltham Road, Church Street, Old Bath Road and Park lane.
School Road in Riseley between The Devil's Highway and the borough boundary also remains closed.
A number of flood alerts are still in place, for the Lower River Loddon at the River Thames confluence in Twyford, and flooding is also possible for the River Thames for Shiplake, Lower Shiplake and Wargrave.
Light rain has been forecast for this afternoon but no rain is forecast tomorrow although it will be grey and cloudy.