Sussex travel: Your morning update for Sunday, May 22

Here’s your morning travel update for Sussex on Sunday, May 22.

AA Traffic News is showing that the A259 near Rye is open again following a collision yesterday.

Chichester – there were reports of a burst water main on the A286 north of Chichester near the Chilgrove junction last night but traffic seems to be normal again.

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Shoreham – Traffic is heavier than normal on the A283 due to the Shoreham Flyover Car Boot sale. The A283 Steyning Road Northbound at A27 Shoreham By-Pass (Steyning turn off) is affected.

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A27 Shoreham bypass – one lane is blocked due to a stalled vehicle but traffic is coping well. The vehicle is on A27 Westbound from A2038 King George Vi Avenue (Hove turn off) to A293 (Portslade / West Hove turn off). Two vehicles are in lane one at the moment and one is helping the other get started again.

Horsham B2237 – there are temporary traffic signals in place for drainage works on B2237 Worthing Road near Horsham Football Club.

Crawley – temporary traffic signals are in place on Tollgate Hill at William Morris Way due to electricity work.

Uckfield – One of two lanes is closed on the B2102 due to electricity Work on Framfield Road Southbound at New Town.

Hailsham – there is gas main work with temporary traffic signals on A295 South Road at Diplocks Way.

Hastings – there is gas main work with temporary traffic signals on A21 Bohemia Road near Salisbury Road. There are also temporary traffic signals for construction on A259 Carlisle Parade at Carlisle Parade.