An abnormal load is set to cause miles of traffic delays as it moves through the county.
The Sussex Roads Policing Unit said the load would be transported from Henfield to Shoreham on Monday.
It will begin its journey from Henfield heading north via Kidders Lane and the A281 before traveling along the B2116 and B2118 at Albourne to Hurstpierpoint.
From there it will travel on the B2117 to the A23 southbound, and from there on the A27 westbound.
A Sussex Police spokesperson said: ‘The escort will leave the A27 at Hangleton on the A293 and travel on the A270 and A259 to their final destination at Shoreham.
“Motorists are advised that vehicles will be traveling at low speeds and delays may be expected.”
Sussex Police have been approached for further details of the charge.
It comes after the transport of essential equipment from the national grid caused lengthy traffic jams in March.
The load is over 70 meters long.
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This notice was published: 2022-05-28 12:29:21