Twenty-four roads in the Horsham and Crawley areas are being resurfaced this week by West Sussex County Council.
They are undergoing carriageway micro surfacing – a process which involves overlaying the road with a new bituminous surface.
County Council contractor Balfour Beatty is doing the work.
Road closures may be in force in order to safeguard both the workforce and members of the public.
Carriageway micro-surfacing will take place between today (Monday, June 24) and Sunday, June 30, subject to weather conditions, in the following locations (for one day unless otherwise stated):
Amberley Close, Crawley;
Byron Close, Pound Hill, Crawley;
Wordsworth Close, Pound Hill, Crawley (two days);
Rook Way, Horsham (two days);
Jackdaw Road, Horsham (two days);
Speedwell Way, Horsham;
Trefoil Close, Horsham;
Padwick Road, Horsham;
Station Road/Station Close, Horsham (two days);
Hamilton Road, Horsham;
St Johns Crescent, Broadbridge Heath (two days);
Ramblers Way, Crawley;
Alisa Close, Crawley (two days);
Nevile Close, Crawley;
Morecombe Close, Crawley (two days);
Filey Close, Crawley;
Wold Close, Crawley;
Kittiwake Close, Crawley;
Mill Lane, Crawley (two days);
Hare Lane, Crawley;
Plover Close, Crawley;
Maiden Lane, Crawley (three days);
Northgate Place, Crawley;
Woodside Road, Crawley;
Access to residents’ property will be maintained throughout the works, although there may be a delay while material is being laid.
Residents are being warned that the surface of the new carriageway can be slightly sticky, and a residue may remain for a short period of time.
Residents are advised to take the necessary precautions to avoid this being walked into their property.