|Location Map ( geo)|
|Northbound A10 passing underneath the A1170|
|North end of Ware Bypass|
|Offset Diamond Interchange|
|A10, A1170, C183|
|Junctions related to the A1170|
Moles Interchange takes its name from being on the site of Moles Wood, with Moles Farm nearby. The overbridge for the A1170 at this point was constructed in the late 70s/early 80s as part of the Ware bypass and was originally one-way carrying northbound traffic from Ware, to merge with the dual carriageway, which ended at this point and re-joined the original single carriageway through Wadesmill and High Cross.
The present layout opened with the High Cross and Wadesmill bypass on 8th October 2004 as a trunk road. The A10 was de-trunked in October 2006.
- The A10 Trunk Road (Wadesmill, High Cross and Colliers End Bypass) Supplementary (No. 2) Slip Road Order 2001 - A route about 120 metres in length to connect the south-west bound carriageway of the A10 trunk road with the A1170 (Wadesmill Road) at Thundridge in the County of Hertfordshire.