Five weeks of roadworks ahead for busy Eastbourne road
Five-week roadworks in Eastbourne will cause temporary road closures in the town.
The carriageway recycling works in Upper Avenue and Cavendish Place are set to begin on October 17 and finish on November 27.
East Sussex Highways has said the works will be carried out in three phases and that diversion routes are in place for motorists.
Phase one will see Upper Avenue and Cavendish Place closed from the junction at Upper Avenue and the Tideswell Road junction.
The northbound diversion route will be via Seaside Road, Marine Parade, Grand Parade, Terminus Road, Trinity Trees, Memorial Roundabout, South Street, Gildredge Road, Terminus Road, Upperton Road, The Avenue and Upper Avenue.
And the southbound diversion route will be via Upper Avenue, The Avenue, Station Parade, Terminus Road, Ashford Road, Susans Road and Langney Road.
Phase two will see Cavendish Place closed from the junction of Tideswell Road to the Seaside Road junction.
The northbound diversion will be via Seaside Road, Marine Parade, Grand Parade, Terminus Road, Trinity Trees, Memorial Roundabout, South Street, Gildredge Road and Ashford Road.
And the southbound diversion will be via Ashford Road, Susans Road and Seaside Road.
In phase 3, Cavendish Place will be closed from the Seaside Road junction to the Elms Road junction.
The northbound diversion will be via Seaside Road, Marine Parade, Grand Parade, Devonshire Place, Memorial Roundabout, Bolton Road, Terminus Road and Langney Road.
And the southbound diversion will be via Pevensey Road, Lismore Road, Bolton Road, Memorial Roundabout, Devonshire Place, Grand Parade, Marine Parade and Seaside Road.
A safe route will be provided for pedestrians and residents. the county council said.
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