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Traffic News For The A24 Sussex

The A24 is probably the most important road into West Sussex, it is effectively a direct route from Central London (Clapham Common) all the way south to the centre of Worthing and a stone's throw from the sea. The road is a little over 50 miles in length. The Sussex section being around 30 miles. From a journey planning point of view the most serious bottlenecks lie inside the M25 and in the Surrey section (Dorking and Epsom to name just two). The A24 leaves Clapham and heads south through; Morden, Cheam, Ewell and Epsom. It crosses under the M25 at Leatherhead then onwards to Dorking, Holmstead a long stretch to the Horsham bypass, cross the A272 then onwards south, when you reach Worthing train station you know the A24 is at an end.

This page comprises some of the resources that we find most useful in planning trips on the M24 if you have others that you'd like to recommend we'd welcome your comments. More travel resources contained on this website include: Sussex road news, M23 traffic news, M25 Sussex news,flights and Gatwick Airport news, rail information and the Sussex weather news .

A24 Links And Resources

Some of the most useful resources include:

A24 RAC And AA Helplines

Traffic helplines. Some of the most useful resources include:

  • RAC Information 09064 701 740
  • AA Roadwatch 09003 401 100
  • Highways Agency 08457 50 40 30


A24 Sussex Traffic News

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    All about Sussex

    Sussex is one of the ancient counties of England, its name signifies 'South Saxons'. Historically Sussex was a Kingdom with its own monarch before being integrated into Wessex in 825. In the 1970s East and West Sussex were formed into seperate counties. The year 2000 saw Sussex gain a second city when Brighton was granted the same staus as Chichester. Sussex is dominated by its southern coast along which the bulk of the population live, the Downs and the Weald are also important geographic features.


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    The coastal plain

    Sussex together with Hampshire enjoys the most sunshine of anywhere in the UK, rainfall is below the national average. The sunny coastal conurbations have attracted the majority of the county's population. 1 in 3 Sussex residents live in the Brighton/Worthing/Littlehampton corridor. East Sussex has a population of just over half a million, the County Council has its HQ in Lewes. West Sussex has 800,000 residents, the County Council is based in Chichester. 275,000 people live in Brighton and Hove.

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