Following the Storm Franklyn which hit many areas in the north with severe flooding, many roads in Derbyshire continue to remain closed.
Updated 4pm 23rd February 2022
Updated list of roads closed due to surface water flooding include:
- A57 Snake Pass
- Asher Lane, Pentrich
Please remember that additional local roads may be closed across the county due to localised surface water flooding. Stay alert, stay safe and do not attempt to drive through flood water.
We will update this page as things change and roads open.
Public Transport – Latest Updates
Ongoing bad weather and the effects of storm Franklin are still affecting some services. Please check your train times close to your travel time for the best information.
Trains on the Buxton to Manchester line are now running with no disruptions.
Live updates for trains on the Northern network can be found here journeycheck.com/northern
Other key updates on the full Northern network can also be found on their website at northernrailway.co.uk
High Peak Buses
Storm Franklyn has continued to affect some routes across the network, although most services are back to normal.
High Peak Buses Twitter feed provides useful live information on their various services.
Operations of bus services are likely to change during throughout the day.
Source: High Peak Buses via Twitter @HighPeakLive