Sussex traffic bulletin: Here is what the roads look like this morning
Here is the latest traffic news from across Sussex this morning (Monday, June 15).
The roads across Sussex are largely clear of congestion with no major queues.
However there are reports of deer on the road on the A21 London Road at A265 Station Road, Hurst Green, according to the AA.
Traffic is coping well and motorists should approach with care.
There are a number of roadworks and other works across the county that have closed some routes to motorists.
In Hastings there are temporary traffic signals due to gas main work on the A259 Old London Road between High Street and Ashburnham Road.
There are also temporary traffic signals due to similar work on Harley Shute Road at Gillsmans Hill in St Leonards, as well as in Sutherland Avenue between Cranston Avenue and A259 Little Common Road, Bexhill.
According to the AA, just outside Horsham there are temporary traffic signals due to electricity work on Worthing Road near The Tipsy Fox.
There are also temporary traffic signals due to construction on A259 Pevensey Bay Road at Tanbridge Road.
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