Dozens of bus journeys will be diverted in Brighton tomorrow evening (Wednesday 20 July) when Queen’s Road is closed close to the Clock Tower.
The road surface is due to be repaired with work scheduled to start at 7pm and finish at about midnight.
Work is also due to be carried out to the pedestrian crossing in Queen’s Road at the junction with Gloucester Road.
Brighton and Hove Buses said that more than a dozen services would be affected, including the 6, 7, 12 and 12A, 13X, 14, 22, 27, 37, 38A, 50, 52, 77 and 81A.
Drivers can also expect some diversions and knock-on delays.
The next day (Thursday 21 July) more roadworks are due to take place near Brighton Station, this time in Surrey Street by the junction with Upper Gloucester Road.
The bus services affected include the 6, 12 and 12A, 13X, 14, 37 and 81A between 7pm and midnight.
The 7, 27, 50 and 77 are not expected to be affected.
Elsewhere, Olive Road in Hove was closed to northbound traffic yesterday (Monday 18 July) just before the junction with Old Shoreham Road.
The work, to investigate a gas leak, is expected to last until Friday (22 July).
The 2, 2A, 16 and 66 are being diverted for the duration.
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