The A27 is closed in Brighton due to road works on the National Highways

The A27 will be partially closed for 25 nights due to newly announced road works.

The roadworks, which start next week, will result in parts of the A27 near the A23 Brighton junction being closed on weekdays until January 27 next year.

National Highways said the work was “critical to maintaining and improving safety.”

The works are repairs and maintenance to the Patcham Viaduct Bridge on the A27, which is near the junction with the A23.

The detour route takes motorists through Hove.

From Patcham Junction to Devil’s Dyke Junction, the A27 is closed between 8pm and 5am on weekdays:

  • westbound from Monday 5th to Monday 19th December 2022
  • Eastbound from Monday 9th to Friday 20th January 2023
  • Westbound from Monday 23rd to Friday 27th January 2023

A lane may also be closed on the oncoming lane.

According to National Highways, a detour via the A23, A270 and A293 to the Hanglton junction offers “the best alternate route”.

The Devil’s Dyke Interchange remains open for local access.

A National Highways spokesman said: “This important work may cause additional noise during the night and we will make every effort to ensure impact on the local community and the traveling public is kept to a minimum during these repairs.”

The road works could also take longer than expected due to weather conditions or unforeseen circumstances. The A27 is closed in Brighton due to road works on the National Highways

Fry Electronics Team

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