Sussex morning travel bulletin for Thursday, December 17

Here is your Sussex travel update for this morning (Thursday, December 17).

Traffic news
Traffic news

There are reports of an accident involving a car outside Hastings.

According to the AA, a vehicle has struck a bridge in Eight Acre Lane, which is affecting traffic in both directions between Butchers Lane and Rock Lane.

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A number of roadworks across the county may also affect motorists’ journeys this morning.

There are temporary traffic lights due to water main work on Sea Road at Pett Level Road.

According to the AA, there are also temporary traffic signals due to gas main work on A259 Church Street at Victoria Drive in Eastbourne.

There are temporary traffic signals due to water main work on A259 South Coast Road between the Toyota dealership and the Peacehaven pub.

Further west, there are temporary traffic lights due to gas main work on B2140 South Terrace around St Augustine Road in Littlehampton.

A traffic shift and speed restriction of 40mph is in place due to long-term construction on the A259 Worthing Road both ways between the Body Shop Roundabout and Wick Roundabout.

The is also a speed restriction of 30mph and restrictions due to construction on A22 from B2102 (Copwood roundabout) to A26 Lewes Road. Speed restrictions have dropped from 60mph to 30mph.

Roadworks are also taking place on the M23 this week during the night from 8pm to 6am until tomorrow (Friday, December 18).

There will be lane closures both Northbound and Southbound for various work including landscaping and replanting.

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