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Update On Significant Planned Road Works On The M23

Added: 18th January 2020

The following works are scheduled on the M23, subject to weather conditions.

Sunday 19 to Friday 24 January (inclusive) 21:00pm to 5:00am

Full closure of Gatwick Spur + outer ring management on South terminal roundabout + lane 3 ring road North coming out of Gatwick. Diversion via Airport Way, A23 London Road, A2011 Crawley Avenue and join at J10.

Monday 20 to Friday 24 January (inclusive) 21:00pm to 5:00am

Full closure of the Godstone to Crawley link Southbound. Diversion to M25 J8, back to J6 and follow A22 diversion.

Monday 20 to Friday 24 January (inclusive) 21:00pm to 5:00am

Full closure from J8 to J10 Southbound. Diversion to Brighton via J6 M25 via A264 Copthorne Road, A22 and join at J10 M23. Diversion for Gatwick - traffic continues on A2011 Crawley Avenue, A23 London Road, Airport Way into the terminals.

Monday 20 to Friday 24 January (inclusive) 21:00pm to 5:00am

Full closure of J9 entry slip. Diversion via Airport Way, A23 London Road, A2011 Crawley Avenue and join at J10.

Monday 20 to Friday 24 January (inclusive) 21:00pm to 5:00am

Full closure of the Reigate to Crawley Link. Diversion to M25 J6 and follow A22 to J10 M23.

Here is additional information about the planned 56 hour closure of the M23 between Junctions 8 and 10:

Temporary Traffic Regulation Orders

Church Lane, Upper Beeding & Maudlin Lane, Bramber

Added: 17th January 2020

Take The Lead

Responsible Dog Ownership In The South Downs

Added: 16th January 2020

Stay Informed About The Horsham District Local Plan

2019-2036

Added: 31st December 2019

WSCC Crowdfunding Initiative

Added: 3rd December 2019

New WSCC 'Road Safety' Facebook Page

Added: 20th November 2019

The Road Safety Team at West Sussex County Council have set up a new Facebook page to help deliver important Road Safety messages to its residents, as well as the wider public who also use the roads of West Sussex.


By creating this Facebook page, the Road Safety team will be able to support their partner’s campaigns happening throughout the country, write specifically about seasonally related topics, provide advice to support all modes of transport and much more – essentially delivering a whole wealth of important and much needed Road Safety information. Ultimately, the aim is to help reduce the Killed and Seriously Injured (KSI’s) statistics on the roads of West Sussex (and beyond), as well as reducing all incidents and injuries which occur on a daily basis, by delivering as much information and advice as possible.


If you are interested in keeping up to date with Road Safety topics, or have any questions you wish to ask, please go to https://www.facebook.com/RoadSafetyWSCC and follow this page! Thank you for your support.


Keep safe on the roads.


County Road Safety Team
West Sussex County Council

Village Hall Volunteers Wanted

Added: 16th November 2019

Environment Agency 2019/20 Flood Action Campaign

Added: 1st November 2019

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