Long delays on A259 due to fault with temporary traffic lights
There are long delays on the A259 due to faulty temporary traffic lights.
Traffic lights on the Exceat bridge near Seaford are "out and causing delays".
Westbound traffic is stretching back up the A259 past the Seven Sisters Country Park visitor centre.
While Eastbound traffic is queuing up the hill into Seaford.
A spokeswoman for East Sussex County Council said: "We are receiving reports that the temporary traffic signals at Exceat Bridge are out and causing delays.
"We are very sorry for any inconvenience caused, a team is on site and will remain in place all day today to manual control the lights."
The traffic lights are in place for multimillion pound works to replace the current Exceat bridge which is 150 years old.
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Construction of the bridge is expected to start next year.