Sussex travel update for Tuesday, June 23
Here’s the latest news for the roads across Sussex this morning (Tuesday, June 23).
Roads across the county are mostly clear this morning but a stalled vehicle is causing disruption near Hassocks and there are roadworks taking place in certain areas.
Due to a stalled vehicle on B2112 New Road, the road is reportedly partially blocked both ways between Lodge Lane and A273 Brighton Road but traffic is coping well.
The B2165 is closed both ways between Watts Palace Lane and Watermill Lane, outside Rye, due to water mains works.
Church Hill, near Hurst Green, is closed both ways from A265 High Street to Fysie Lane due to construction works.
In Crowborough, Whitehill Road is closed due to construction on Whitehill Road both ways between Fermor Road and Mill Lane.
College Road in Seaford remains closed both ways from Corsica Road to Cricketfield Road due to gas main works.
In Brighton, Madeira Drive and Dukes Mound remains closed between Palace Pier and Sussex Square due to coronavirus restriction measures.
Over in West Sussex, water mains work is taking place on B2195 Harwood Road both ways between Horsham Railway Station and Kings Road. A closure has been put in place by Southern Water.
One lane remains closed due to construction on M23 Northbound at J10 A264 Copthorne Way (Crawley). Lane one (of three) is closed.
In Worthing, one lane is closed on Tarring Road, near West Worthing Railway Station, due to ongoing telecoms work.
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