Update On Significant Planned Road Works On The M23 And
The Brighton Main Line Improvement Project
Updated: 25th February 2019
Tuesday 26 February
South and Northbound full carriageway closure between 10pm and 4am on the M23. This closure is to construct 1 super span and 1 gantry. Both sides of the M23 will be closed between junction 8 (M25) to J10 (Crawley). Diversion for M25 via A264 Copthorne Rd, A22 and re-join at J6. M25 diversion for Gatwick from junction 10 - A2011, A23 London Road, Airport Way.
Wednesday 27 February for 3 nights
There will be a full closure of junction 9 (Gatwick) exit slip road Southbound between 10pm and 4am. Diversion to junction 10 and back northbound on the M23.
Brighton Main Line Improvement Project
Network Rail are carrying out major engineering works on the Brighton Main Line from 16 to 24 February, plus several weekends, closing the line between Three Bridges and Brighton and Three Bridges to Lewes. These are essential works as part of their railway improvement plan.
No direct trains will run between Three Bridges and Brighton and Three Bridges to Lewes. 2 trains per hour will run from Brighton to London Victoria via Littlehampton with extended journey times. Replacement buses will also run.
For full details and to register for alerts visit www.BrightonMainline.co.uk
Please check before you travel and visit National Rail for live departure updates and timetable information.
Planned Roadworks in West Sussex
21st November to 5th December 2018
Added: 22nd November 2018
Click the button below for a list of planned roadworks either on-going or starting within the next fortnight.
Additional information on each roadwork is available by clicking on the road name. This will take you to the Council’s Travel Information website, which contains the latest information for the works. This includes the contact details for the contractor responsible for the work. Please contact them direct if you require any further information.
Please note that carriageway works being undertaken by West Sussex Highways are subject to last minute date changes due to weather conditions, equipment breakdown or emergency work taking priority. The works may start at any time up to 5 days from the planned start date given above. On street yellow ‘Advanced Warning’ boards will provide details of latest dates.
An alternative map-based report showing roadworks for the following month is available here. Be aware that the report may not be available until after 5pm on a Wednesday. In the event that this week’s report is not currently available, the link will display last week’s report. Information for individual parishes can be viewed by selecting the required parish name from the dropdown list available by clicking on the menu button. Note: the map-based report requires the use of an up-to-date browser.
Residents’ Services – Highways and Transport
West Sussex County Council
Location: County Hall (Northleigh), West Street, Chichester, West Sussex PO19 1RQ
Contact: Internal: 23058 | External: +44 (0)330 222 3058 | E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note: the report is now in the XLSX file format, rather than the older XLS file format. If you have any issues opening the file, please consider using the alternative map-based report (see last paragraph) or feel free to contact me.