News: Road Works Update

Posted on 30th January 2020

Looking at next week’s ‘red dot’ roadworks on One.Network there’s some good news and not such good news.

Good news is that Network Rail’s update as of 30/1 says the contra flow by Wivelsfield Station will be removed.

As for the rest next week:

  • Ongoing – Gordon Road closure at Leylands Road – UK Power Networks with detour – ends 4/2. Impact minor other than to immediate residents
  • New – Valebridge Road – Virgin Media – 2 way signals from 3/2 to 24/2
  • New – Folders Lane (opp no 77) – BT – 2 way signals – 6/2 only
  • New – 2x roadworks in Keymer Road – WSCC – 2 way lights – 7/2 only
  • New – Leylands Road / London Road junction – WSCC – 2 way signals on 6/2 only – impact c. 1 hour only

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