Sussex evening travel update for Monday, October 12

Here is your evening travel update for Sussex on Monday, October 12.

Monday, 12th October 2020, 6:08 pm
Updated Monday, 12th October 2020, 6:52 pm

According to traffic reports, two cars have been involved in a crash on A29 Nyton Road at B2233 Barnham Road. Slow moving traffic has been reported at Eastergate.

There is very slow traffic between Worthing and Shoreham. Queuing traffic has been reported on A259 Brighton Road both ways from The Saltings (Saltings Roundabout) to A2025 South Street. Temporary traffic lights are in place for water main works, causing heavy congestion eastbound.

There are further delays on A27 Upper Brighton Road both ways from A24 Findon Road to Busticle Lane.

Very slow traffic has also been reported on A27 Old Shoreham Road westbound from A283 Steyning Road (Steyning turn off) to A2025 Grinstead Lane (Sompting Roundabout).

In East Sussex, delays of eight minutes have been reported on Lewes Road westbound between A270 Lewes Road and A270 New England Road. The average speed has been reported as ten mph.

A lane is closed on A27 Polegate By Pass both ways between A2270 Eastbourne Road and A22 (Cop Hall Roundabout), due to construction works.

Potmans Lane is closed both ways between A269 Ninfield Road and Church Road, due to telecoms work.

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