Sussex morning travel bulletin for Saturday, December 19

Here is your Sussex travel update for this morning (Saturday, December 19).

Saturday, 19th December 2020, 8:56 am
Travel news

The A259 is partially blocked this morning following a collision between a car and van, according to the AA.

The incident happened in Winchelsea Road near Friars Hill and was first reported just after 7.35am.

Elsewhere, gas and water main work is taking place across the county, which may cause delays for motorists today.

There are temporary traffic signals due to gas main work on the A259 Bexhill Road from Bridgeway to Bulverhythe Road in St Leonards.

There are also temporary traffic lights due to gas main work on A2101 St Helen’s Road around St Helen’s Park Road in Hastings.

In Seaford, there are temporary traffic lights due to a gas leak on A259 Eastbourne Road near Chyngton Lane North.

Elsewhere, there are temporary traffic signals due to electricity work on B2192 The Broyle around Broyle Lane outside Ringmer.

In the west of the county there are temporary traffic signals due to gas main work on Mill Road near Crescent Road, Burgess Hill.

Restrictions are also in place due to construction on the B2237 Worthing Road at Sainsburys Petrol Station in Horsham.

Further west, there are temporary traffic lights due to gas main work on B2140 South Terrace around St Augustine Road in Littlehampton.

A traffic shift and speed restriction of 40mph is taking place due to long-term construction on the A259 Worthing Road both ways between the Body Shop Roundabout and Wick Roundabout.

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