Major work to revamp the area around busy Brighton Station has begun with railings erected around one of the roads leading up to it.
The barriers in Surrey Street are to remain until March as part of the Brighton and Hove City Council proposal.
The scheme will see new paving, a wider footway, road resurfacing and tree planting take place.
While Surrey Street is closed the contra-flow lane in Queen’s Road will be re-opened for northbound buses, taxis and cycles.
All other traffic except HGVs will be re-directed along Upper Gloucester Road and Buckingham Road. HGVs will be directed along North Road and the A23.
The existing ban on right-turns from Terminus Road into Guildford Road will be suspended, enabling access to Guildford Street and New Dorset Street from the west.
For more details visit www.brighton- hove.gov.uk/station-gateway or call 01273 294164.