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Brighton's North Street shut for two days
Buses will be diverted as a busy thoroughfare is shut for two days.
Traffic in central Brighton was brought to a standstill in April when Brighton and Hove Bus Company stopped its drivers from using North Street amid safety concerns.
Brighton and Hove City Council will now carry out work on the cracked and uneven street.
The road will close in its entirety between the Clock Tower and Castle Square from 5am today until early evening tomorrow.
All westbound services will instead go via the seafront and West Street, rejoining normal routes at the Clock Tower.
Those travelling east will divert via Queens Road and North Road.
Between 7am and 8pm on both days, a free shuttle bus will operate between Old Steine stop E and St Peter’s Church to allow passengers to transfer to other routes.
Before 7am and after 8pm on both days, services being diverted down
North Road and heading north will go back down to Old Steine to loop around.
Buses will regain the normal route at the bus stops in front of the Royal Pavilion.
A spokesman for Brighton and Hove Bus Company said: “We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience and delay caused by these diversions.
“We will be closely monitoring all these arrangements and operate services as best as we possibly can.”
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