Rush hour slog for A27

Rush hour slog for A27

Rush hour slog for A27

First published in News

Two incidents on one of the county's busiest roads have brought morning rush-hour commuters to a standstill. 

There are miles of queues on the A27 after two separate suspected accidents. 

Drivers are facing long delays on the westbound trunk road between Polegate and Beddingham after a reader contacted us to say he saw an ambulance wading its way through gridlocked traffic. 

In a separate incident, a suspected accident at the Kingston roundabout in Lewes westbound has brought commuters to a standstill.

More to follow.

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12:19pm Thu 28 Aug 14

Nosfaratu says...

Isn't it about time this appalling road was made into a motorway. How many more people have to die or be injured because of inadequate antiquated transport systems.
I used this very same road to learn to drive on and apart from a few restrictions it has not changed in 50 years.
Come on Patrick McLoughlin Secretary of State for Transport, or have you spent all your money, £15.9 billion, on the CrossRail scheme.
Typical, London, only 60 miles away gets all the dosh.
Isn't it about time this appalling road was made into a motorway. How many more people have to die or be injured because of inadequate antiquated transport systems. I used this very same road to learn to drive on and apart from a few restrictions it has not changed in 50 years. Come on Patrick McLoughlin Secretary of State for Transport, or have you spent all your money, £15.9 billion, on the CrossRail scheme. Typical, London, only 60 miles away gets all the dosh. Nosfaratu
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12:32pm Thu 28 Aug 14

ok,jared says...

Nosfaratu wrote:
Isn't it about time this appalling road was made into a motorway. How many more people have to die or be injured because of inadequate antiquated transport systems.
I used this very same road to learn to drive on and apart from a few restrictions it has not changed in 50 years.
Come on Patrick McLoughlin Secretary of State for Transport, or have you spent all your money, £15.9 billion, on the CrossRail scheme.
Typical, London, only 60 miles away gets all the dosh.
How about people learn how to use the road correctly?
[quote][p][bold]Nosfaratu[/bold] wrote: Isn't it about time this appalling road was made into a motorway. How many more people have to die or be injured because of inadequate antiquated transport systems. I used this very same road to learn to drive on and apart from a few restrictions it has not changed in 50 years. Come on Patrick McLoughlin Secretary of State for Transport, or have you spent all your money, £15.9 billion, on the CrossRail scheme. Typical, London, only 60 miles away gets all the dosh.[/p][/quote]How about people learn how to use the road correctly? ok,jared
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