The South West Herts Growth & Transport Plan (GTP) has recently been published for consultation on the Hertfordshire County Council website. In this post we provide an overview of the elements of the plan which pertain to the Abbey Line and some of our initial thoughts regarding this. We would love to hear your thoughts […]
One question which people might want to understand more about is what is the difference between the Abbey Flyer Rail Users’ Group, the Abbey Line Community Rail Partnership and the Rail Operator?
The broad aims of the Abbey Flyer Rail Users’ Group and the Abbey Line Community Rail Partnership are to develop the Abbey Line but […]
AbFly is very please to present to you the result of our crowd funded feasibility study investigating the construction options and cost estimations for the reintroduction of the passing loop at Bricket Wood. You can download the complete study or read the executive summary below.
The report presents a number of options for the […]
In the 1950s, in response to the threat of Soviet aggression. Plans were prepared for the construction of twenty-five atom-bomb-proof control bunkers outside of expected target areas. Only five were completed and the one at Bricket Wood is situated in the trees between the station and Railway Cottages. It was built in about 1954 to […]
We are pleased to announce our agenda for our open meeting on 7.30 pm Tuesday 29th May in the Tennyson Room, St Stephens Parish Centre (this is the larger downstairs hall).
We are very pleased to have some good and important people lined up to speak at this event:
Improving the Abbey Line – the Abfly […]
The new timetable for the Abbey Line for 20 May to 8 December 2018 has just been published by London Northwestern. We have looked over it and we have only spotted two change, they are:
Saturdays 19:01 Watford to St Albans service will now start at 18:59
Saturdays 19:22 St Albans to Watford service will […]
The shuttle bus which started last year has now been stopped. Originally this was funded by a £129k grant from the Department for Transport but on the 2 March 2018 this grant ran out and as such the Hertfordshire County Council have cancelled the service.
The trial highlighted some of the challenges between rail and […]
We spoke to each of the three Watford Mayoral candidates about their views on the Abbey Line and public transport. AbFly is a none-partisan group and we do not endorse any of the candidates, they are presented here in the order in which they responded to us with words which they have approved.
George Jabbour, Conservative