Sussex morning travel bulletin for Friday, January 29

Here is your Sussex travel update for this morning (Friday, January 29).

Traffic and travel
Traffic and travel

There are reports of heavy traffic in parts of Sussex today.

According to the AA, there is heavy traffic on the A27 Polegate By Pass both ways between Brown Jack Avenue and A22 Polegate Road (Cophall Roundabout) in the construction area.

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Lane restrictions are in place for long-term carriageway works. The eastbound side is heavily congested.

Elsewhere in the county, there are reports of slow traffic on A264 Westbound at Rusper Road (Rusper Road roundabout) near Horsham in the construction area.

Roadworks are taking place across the county, which may impact on motorists’ journeys.

There are temporary traffic lights due to construction work on A268 Wish Street at A259 in Rye.

Gas main work means there are temporary traffic signals on Victoria Drive at Northiam Road in Eastbourne.

Elsewhere in the county, there are temporary traffic signals due to emergency gas main work on A286 Birdham Road near Donnington House care Home.

There are also temporary traffic lights due to telecoms work on the A286 at Wophams Lane, which is affecting traffic travelling between Chichester and Birdham.

There is an ongoing speed restriction of 30mph and restrictions due to construction on the A22 from B2102 (Copwood roundabout) to A26 Lewes Road. Speed restrictions have dropped from 60mph to 30mph.

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