The schedule of surface dressing treatment for roads this week has been released by West Sussex County Council.
Surface dressing involves spraying a coating of bitumen on the road, followed by one or more layers of hard stone chippings.
Traffic can be allowed to run on the new surface almost immediately – avoiding lengthy closures and disruption.
Surface dressing will take place between Monday June 10 and Friday June 14, subject to weather conditions, in the following locations:
• Cowfold Road, Bolney;
• Wheatsheaf Road, between A281 Crouch Hill and Blacklands Farm campsite, Henfield;
• The Street and High Street, between Castle Lane roundabout and Hyde Lane, Bramber and Upper Beeding;
• Clays Hill/Bramber Road, between High Street and A283 Steyning Bypass, Steyning;
• Deacons Way, Upper Beeding;
• Pepperscoombe Lane, Upper Beeding;
• Steyning Road, between Ashurst and Wappingthorn Farm Lane, Ashurst;
• Peppers Lane/School Lane, between Honeybridge Lane and Steyning Road, Ashurst;
• Chanctonbury Ring Road, Wiston;
• Downsview Avenue, Storrington;
• Fryern Road, between Thakeham Road and Greenhurst Lane, Storrington;
• Monkmead Lane, between Harborough Hill and Common Hill, West Chiltington;
• London Road, Washington.