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Update on Significant Planned Road Works on the M23

Alert message sent 18/04/2020 10:22:00

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

Monday 20 to Wednesday 22 April (inclusive) 20:00 to 06:00

Full closure of J8 to J10 Southbound

Diversion to Brighton via J6 M25, A22, A264 Copthorne Road and join at J10 M23. Diversion for Gatwick for J10 M23 continues on A2011 Crawley Avenue, A23 London Road, Airport Way.

Full closure of the Godstone to Crawley Link

Diversion to M25 J8, back to J6 and follow A22 diversion.

Full closure of the Reigate to Crawley Link

Diversion to M25 J6 and follow A22 to M23 J10.

Full closure of J9 entry slip Southbound

Diversion: Airport Way, A23 London Road, A2011 Crawley Avenue and join at J10.

Thursday 23 to Friday 24 April (inclusive) 20:00 to 06:00

Full carriageway closure from J10 to J8 plus all associated slips Northbound

Diversion for M25: A264 Copthorne Road, A22 and join at J6 M25. Diversion for Gatwick: A2011 Crawley Avenue, A23 London Road, Airport Way.

Please note: All works are weather dependant and may be postponed at short notice. Reduced speed limit of 50mph is still in force north & southbound 24x7. Free recovery service and speed enforcement are in place to ensure drivers and road workers safety.

COVID-19

The project is continuing but all work is under careful review in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, and safety measures are in place on site to protect workers, their families and the public.

Highways England strategic road network remains open and they will continue to maintain and develop the network, ensuring that life saving medicine, equipment, supplies and healthcare staff can travel across the country to where they are needed most.

While the contactors continue this key piece of work, they will follow Government safeguarding measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19, and no sites are open to the public​​​​​​​.


If you’re interested in joining Neighbourhood Watch, or want to find out more, visit www.sussexnwfed.org.uk or send an email to enquiries@sussexnwfed.org.uk.
 
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Derek Pratt (Sussex) (NHWN, Administrator, Sussex)

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