I could not agree more with those who are urging dualling of the A27.
Post-war government seemed to have a better strategic grasp of the road network needed than now.
Recent muddled thinking is best illustrated by the extensive dual carriageway to Lewes being extended as only a three-lane road down to Beddingham a decade ago, a decision influenced by the anti-road views of our then MP, Norman Baker, resulting in continuing traffic jams during peak times, and ludicrous signs urging motorists on a multiplicity of journeys to travel by train.
East-west travel along the South Coast needs a proper dual carriageway from the M27 at least to the A22.
I understood the Arundel stretch of the A27 was to be linked and hope that is still going ahead.
I trust that at least someone in Highways England is thinking about getting through or past Worthing.
But our stretch needs a strategic plan for dualling that will at least be carried through when funding permits.