Sussex morning travel update for Thursday, September 10

Here's the latest traffic news across Sussex this morning (Thursday, September 10).


Following a serious accident on Wednesday afternoon, A2011 Crawley Avenue is closed eastbound from A2004 Northgate Avenue to M23 J10. This is reportedly due to a fuel spillage and accident investigation work.

A stalled vehicle is reportedly blocking A23 Northbound at Handcross this morning. One lane is blocked, according to reports.

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In Chichester, there are increasing delays on A27 Chichester By Pass eastbound between A27 (Emsworth Services) and A286 Stockbridge Road (Stockbridge Roundabout). The average speed has been reported as 15 mph. Delays have also been reported on Whyke Roundabout eastbound between A27 Chichester By Pass and A27 Chichester By Pass (Bognor Bridge Roundabout).

Delays are also reportedly increasing on Crockhurst Hill eastbound between A27 Arundel Road and A27 Sompting By Pass. The average speed is 15 mph. This adds to the traffic near Worthing caused by construction on A27 Upper Brighton Road at A24 Broadwater Street West (Grove Lodge Roundabout).

Further down the A27 towards Fontwell, one lane is closed due to construction on A27 Chichester Road around Binsted Lane.

In East Sussex, there is said to be queuing traffic for two miles on A27 Polegate By Pass both ways between A22 Polegate Road (Cop Hall Roundabout) and A2270 Eastbourne Road. This is due to roadworks in the area.

Moor Lane, near Westfield, remains closed due to construction works both ways between Eighteen Pounder Lane and Ivyhouse Lane.

Pages Hill, near Heathfield, is closed due to gas main work both ways between A267 and A265.

Outside Laughton, Church Lane remains closed due to water main work both ways from B2124 to Mill Lane.

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