Here’s the latest news for the roads across Sussex this evening (May 6).
A collision has been reported on the A264 at Horsham. The road is reported partly blocked after the incident involving a car and cyclist at the Rusper Road roundabout.
Madeira Drive and Dukes Mound in Brighton are still closed due to coronavirus travel restrictions between Palace Pier and Sussex Square.
In Eastbourne there are temporary traffic signals due to gas main work on A259 Seaside at Woodgate Road.
Also in Eastbourne there are temporary traffic signals due to water main work on Atlantic Drive both ways at Prince William Parade.
In Bexhill there is gas main work on Sutherland Avenue between Cranston Avenue and A259 Little Common Road.
West Street in Hastings is closed due to electricity work both ways near Marine Parade/A259.
In Crawley there is a speed restriction of 50 mph on the M23 due to major smart motorway upgrade works between M25 J7 / M23 and J10 A264 Copthorne Way (Crawley). Lane closures have been removed and all four lanes now open, though speed restrictions remain in place.
In Worthing, temporary traffic signals are in place for telecoms work on Rowlands Road at St Valerie Road.
Near Chichester, there are temporary traffic signals on the A259 due to construction at Salthill Road.
Also at Chichester, there are stop/go boards and water main work on Tangmere Road at Gamecock Terrace. Part of long term water main works, the boards are located nearby the nursery.
Temporary lights are also in place in Kingsmead Avenue around Palmers Field Avenuee for water main work taking place there.
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