Sussex traffic report - the incidents, works, and restrictions on the roads this morning

Here’s the latest news for the roads across Sussex this morning (June 10).

The roads are relatively clear, with no incidents reported currently.

In Crawley there are currently restrictions and roadworks on A2004 Northgate Avenue at Woodfield Road.

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While in Hove, there is no right turn for traffic control measures on A270 Eastbound at Hove Recycling Centre.

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There is queueing traffic reported on the A259 Barnhorn Road both ways at Coneyburrow Lane, Normans Bay. Congestion to Wheatsheaf Inn going westbound. In the roadworks area.

In Seaford there are temporary traffic signals due to gas main work on Corsica Close at College Road.

In Eastbourne there are temporary traffic signals due to construction on A259 Pevensey Bay Road at Tanbridge Road.

In Hastings there are temporary traffic signals due to gas main work on A259 Old London Road between High Street and Ashburnham Road.

In Lewes there are temporary traffic signals due to construction on Bell Lane near The Swan Inn.

Over in Brighton there are narrow lanes due to construction on A259 Kings Road around A2010 West Street. Outside the Odeon.

In Horsham the B2195 Harwood road is closed both ways due to water main work between Horsham Train Station and Kings Road. A closure has been put in place by Southern Water.

In Worthing there are temporary traffic signals due to gas main work on Union Place near A259 High Street.

In Chichester there are temporary traffic signals due to water main work on Carlisle Gardens at Norwich Road.

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