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Sussex Morning Journey Report on Tuesday 2nd November


In West Sussex, severe delays had been reported on the Crockhurst Hill part eastbound between the A27 Arundel Highway and the A27 Sompting Bypass.

Delays additionally enhance on the A259 New Highway westerly between the A259 and B2140 Station Highway, and on the A27 Previous Shoreham Highway westerly between Church Lane and Hoe Courtroom.

There are queues on the A27 Lyminster Highway heading west onto the A284 (Crossbush).

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At Chichester, there are traces for the A27 heading east in entrance of the A259 Cathedral Manner (Fishbourne roundabout) and in entrance of the A259 (Bognor Bridge roundabout).

Within the path of Horsham, delays are additionally rising on the A24 on London Highway heading north between the A24 and Rock Highway. There may be elevated queuing on the A264 heading east between the A24 (Nice Daux roundabout) and B2195 Crawley Highway (Moorhead roundabout).

In the meantime, in East Sussex, delays are rising on the A27 westerly between the A23 London Highway and the A293 (Portslade / West Hove exit).

Extreme delays have been reported on B2123 Falmer Highway southbound between the A27 Falmer Hill (Falmer / Rottingdean junction) and Crescent Drive South.

Visitors on the A22 Hailsham bypass to the A271 Decrease Horsebridge (Boship roundabout) can also be slowed down.

Earlier this morning, shortly after 5 a.m., a police incident occurred on the Brighton railway line.

Southern Rail stated some trains from Brighton to Hove had been delayed whereas police had been on the scene.

British Transport Police stated officers had been referred to as to Brighton Station this morning at 5.06 am after “studies of a person who made a large number on the practice.”

“The officers had been current, however no additional motion was required,” the spokesman added.



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