Sussex traffic report: The latest incidents, roadworks, and closures this morning

Here’s the latest news for the roads across Sussex this morning (June 2).

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

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

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There are also temporary traffic signals due to gas main work on Rattle Road near Wood Sage Way.

The latest traffic news for Sussex

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

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

In Worthing there are temporary traffic signals due to telecoms work on A259 Goring Road at Shaftesbury Avenue.

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

At Pease Pottage there are temporary traffic signals due to water main work on Barn Close at Horsham Road.

In Horsham the B2195 Harwood Road is closed both ways between Horsham Train Station and Kings Road due to main water works by Southern Water.

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