Sussex morning travel update for Sunday, August 30

Here is your morning travel update for Sussex on Sunday, August 30.

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So far there are no reports of congestion on the county’s main roads this morning.

But there are a number of roadworks taking place today, as well as ongoing construction works.

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There are temporary traffic signals due to construction on the A259 South Coast Road near Downland Avenue.

There are also temporary traffic lights in place due to water main work on A295 High Street near Hailsham College (London Road).

Water main work is also taking place on Rattle Road at Wood Sage Way in Stone Cross, meaning temporary traffic lights are in place.

Near Lewes there are temporary traffic signals due to construction on A275 Nevill Road near Christie Road.

A lane is closed due to water main work on A2290 Lottbridge Drove from A259 Seaside (Seaside Roundabout) to A2280 Cross Levels Way (Lottbridge Roundabout) in Eastbourne.

A lane is also shut due to construction on the A27 Polegate Bypass both ways between A2270 Eastbourne Road (The Thoroughbred Inn) and A22 (Cophall Roundabout).

In the west of the county there are temporary traffic signals due to gas main work on Hawthorn Road at Amberley Drive in Bognor Regis.

There are also temporary traffic signals due to construction on B2166 Pagham Road near Marsh Lane.

For those planning to travel by train today, engineering work is taking place between Three Bridges and Horsham, closing all lines.

Southern, which runs the services, said buses will replace trains between Three Bridges and Horsham.

No Thameslink services will run between Three Bridges and Horsham. Customers can use Southern buses between Three Bridges and Horsham.

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