ROADS across East Sussex will receive a summer makeover to extend their life and help stop potholes forming.
Traffic is due be diverted away from Batts Bridge Road, Maresfield, between 9am and 3.30pm as carriageway patching works take place from today (Tuesday) for three days.
The Drive in Uckfield is to be closed for four days while road patching takes place for four days from Tuesday, August 27. Rain could delay the work.
Train operator Southern is advising passengers to avoid travelling by rail today (July 25).
Parking arrangements in Uckfield High Street are to be formally monitored when an experimental traffic order comes into force on Friday.
The A22 Maresfield by-pass will be closed for three nights early next month.
Volunteers are being sought to help reinvigorate Uckfield’s speed watch campaign.
Passengers, businesses and residents have overwhelmingly supported Network Rail proposals to unblock a railway bottleneck at Croydon.
If you are concerned about pavement parking in Uckfield there’s an opportunity to share your views with a parliamentary inquiry.
A section of Snatts Road in Uckfield is due to be closed temporarily at the end of May while new gas supply works are carried.
The state of Uckfield roads and the potholes will be high on the agenda when town councillors meet the local authority responsible for their upkeep – East Sussex County Council.
Police are appealing for the driver of a car involved in a crash near Uckfield on Monday evening (April 15) to come forward.
Opposition to decriminalisation of parking enforcement in Wealden was described as ‘somewhat quaint’ at a meeting in Uckfield last night.
Talks are continuing about traffic calming be provided in Lewes Road, Uckfield, as development of 1,000 new homes progresses, the annual town meeting was told last night.
The Uckfield Line has been used as a case study to show how rail travel has been “transformed” through investment.
The number of people killed and injured on Wealden roads in 2018 has fallen compared with the previous year.
Three-way traffic lights will be in place next week at the junction of Bell Farm Road and Brookside, Uckfield, as road safety barriers are replaced.
Trains are still leaving Uckfield railway station bound for Brighton and Tunbridge Wells.
Rail passengers on the Uckfield Line are being warned trains and stations may be busier than usual during half-term.
The Lavender Line at Isfield will be holding a special event over the weekend of February 23 and 24 to mark the 50th anniversary of the last train to leave the station.