Sussex morning travel bulletin for Saturday, February 6

Here is your Sussex travel update for this morning (Saturday, February 6).

Saturday, 6th February 2021, 8:31 am
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One lane is closed on the M23 due to a lorry having a tyre changed on M23 southbound from J10 A264 Copthorne Way (Crawley) to J11 A23 (Pease Pottage).

Roadworks, water main work and gas main work are taking place across many roads in the county, which may impact on motorists’ journeys.

There are temporary traffic signals due to water main work on Sea Road near the Co-op in Winchelsea Beach.

According to the AA, there are temporary traffic lights in place due to construction on B2093 The Ridge at Chowns Hill in Hastings, with the installation of new signalised pedestrian crossing.

In St Leonards, there are temporary traffic signals due to gas main work on A259 Bexhill Road from Bridgeway to Bulverhythe Road.

Near Battle, there are temporary traffic signals due to water main work on A2100 Battle Hill near St Mary’s Terrace.

In the west of the county, temporary traffic lights are in place due to telecoms work on A2032 Littlehampton Road at Stone Lane.

There are also temporary traffic signals due to gas main work on Aldwick Street near Aldwick Village Green.

Temporary traffic are in place because of water main work on A286 Birdham Road both ways between Dell Quay Road and B2201.

And there are temporary traffic signals due to gas main work on A281 Guildford Road at Merryfield Drive.

For those heading up to London by train, part of the line between Hastings and London Charing Cross has been closed for two weeks.

Southeastern, which runs the route, said three separate landslips over a 150-metre stretch of track have occurred near High Brooms.

The line between Tonbridge and Tunbridge Wells will be closed until February 20.

Southeastern said there is a reduced train service between Charing Cross and Tonbridge and an hourly train service is running between Tunbridge Wells and Hastings.

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