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How do I report an issue on a trunk road?
To report an issue on a trunk road please contact Highways England.
T: 0300 123 5000
What is a trunk road?
Trunk roads are the principle routes throughout the country that are the responsibility of Highways England. They include motorways and major A-roads.
Are there any trunk roads in East Sussex?
The following roads in East Sussex are trunk roads:
A259 – Between Pevensey Roundabout eastwards to the border of Bexhill/ St Leonards.
A259 – From the Hastings boundary eastwards to the Kent border
A21 – From Hastings boundary northwards to the Kent boundary
A27 – The entire stretch of this road within East Sussex.
A26 – From the junction with the A27 at Beddingham to Newhaven.
If you have an issue which falls within the above roads please contact Highways England.
Can I run a food vending business on a trunk road?
East Sussex Highways do not have jurisdiction over any of the trunk roads in the county.
The following roads are the responsibility of Highways England:
A27 from Falmer to Pevensey
A26 from Beddingham to Newhaven
A259 from Pevensey to Rye
A21 from the north of Hastings to Ticehurst
For information about running a food vending business on any of these roads, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org