New River Arms Roundabout
|New River Arms Roundabout|
|Location Map ( geo)|
|The link road between the New River Arms roundabout and Turnford Interchange|
|A10, A1170, B176|
|Junctions related to the A1170|
|Junctions related to the B176|
The New River Arms Roundabout is a roundabout between Cheshunt and Broxbourne on the A1170.
It is named after the pub that stands on the roundabout, which itself is named for the New River, nearby, which was built to carry clean water to London from Hertfordshire.
The New River Arms marks the northern end of the original Great Cambridge Road (Arterial Road) improvements, where the A10 for many years re-joined the course of the old road through Broxbourne.
|Hertford, Hoddesdon, Cambridge, Ware||Spur of A10 linking the roundabout with the Turnford Interchange|
|Waltham Cross, London, (A10), (M25)|