Sussex traffic report – the latest incidents, restrictions, and roadworks this evening on June 18

Here’s the latest news for the roads across Sussex this evening (June 18).

Thursday, 18th June 2020, 6:05 pm
Updated Thursday, 18th June 2020, 6:47 pm
Traffic news

Roadworks on the A27 are currently active, east and westbound, which means there will be disruption for motorists overnight until 5am tomorrow (June 19), according to reports.

Highways England, which is carrying out the works, said the westbound works are between the A2270 and the junction with the A26 south, and the eastbound works are between the A26 south and the junction with the A2270.

In Horsham, a vehicle broke down on A281 Albion Way earlier today but, according to reports, the road has been cleared and traffic has returned to normal both ways around B2237 Bishopric Link Road.

In Littlehampton, there is slow traffic on the A259 Worthing Road near The Cornfield School. Reports say there are roadworks in the area.

In Crawley, restrictions and roadworks are still in place on the A2004 Northgate Avenue at Woodfield Road, reports say.

In Brighton, there is no right turn due to traffic control measures on the A270 eastbound at Hove Recycling Centre.

There is a yellow weather warning for thunderstorms around both East and West Sussex tonight, according to reports.

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