Sussex traffic report – the latest incidents, restrictions, and roadworks this evening on June 19
Here’s the latest news for the roads across Sussex this evening (June 19).
One lane will be closed on the A27 westbound, between the junctions with the A293 and the A283, for planned road repairs which will take place from 8pm tonight until 6am tomorrow (Saturday, June 20).
According to traffic reports, A27 motorists can expect disruption everyday in the area mentioned above between 8pm and 6am from Monday (June 22) to Wednesday (June 24), with one of three lanes to be closed.
More news regarding the A27, all lanes are set to be closed near the westbound exit slip to the A283 for planned road repairs. The works will take place between 8pm tonight to 6am tomorrow, according to reports.
There are planned road repairs at the A27 westbound entry slip from the A270, according to reports, and all lanes will be closed from 8pm tonight to 6am tomorrow.
Reports also say the A27 westbound entry slip from the A283 will have all lanes closed for planned road repairs, and the works will take place between 8pm tonight and 6am tomorrow.
In Patcham, Brighton, the A27 Westbound lane reopened on the entry slip road and traffic has returned to normal after a broken down vehicle was removed around A23 London Road.
In Hove, there is no right turn for traffic control measures on A270 Eastbound at Hove Recycling Centre.
In Crawley, restrictions and roadworks are still in place on the A2004 Northgate Avenue at Woodfield Road.
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