Update On Significant Planned Road Works On The M23 And The Brighton Main Line Improvement Project

There are no closures scheduled for the week beginning 8th April, or on Good Friday, Easter weekend or Easter Monday, 19-22 April 2019.

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

Monday 15 April 9pm to 5am

Lane closure leading to a full closure from J8 (M25) to J9 (Gatwick) Southbound. Diversion to Brighton via J6 M25, A22, A264 and re-join at J10 M23.

Lane closure leading to a full closure of the M25 J7 exit slip to M23 Southbound. Diversion to Brighton via J6 M25, A22, A264 and re-join at J10 M23.

Lane closure leading to full closure from J10 (Crawley) to J8 (M25) Northbound. Diversion for M25 via A264, A22 and re-join at J6 M25. Diversion for Gatwick A2011, A23 Airport Way.

Lane closure leading to a full closure of Gatwick Spur entry slip Northbound. Diversion for M25 via A264, A22 and re-join at J6 M25.

Tuesday 16 & Wednesday 17 April 9pm to 5am

Lane closure leading to a full closure of J9 exit slip Southbound. Diversion via J10 and back.

HEADS UP Next FULL weekend closure – Friday 17 May at 8pm to midnight on Saturday 18th May

36 hour full carriageway closure at Junction 9 Gatwick Spur (into the Airport only). No exit Northbound at J9. Access into Gatwick Airport North and South terminals via M23 J10, and follow signed diversion route. The main M23 carriageway will be open as normal – there will be NO access into Gatwick from the M23.

Brighton Main Line Improvement Project

Network Rail are carrying out major engineering works on the Brighton Main Line on 7 April, closing the line between Three Bridges and Brighton and Three Bridges to Lewes. These are essential works as part of their railway improvement plan. There is also a closure Sunday 5th May, early morning between 1.20am-9.30am.

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.

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