SOUTHERN services on the West Coastway route will be disrupted between Havant and Chichester from October 26 to November 3.
The nine-day closure will be followed by three further weekend blockades, allowing Network Rail to relay 2.3km of track and replace life-expired equipment at at Basin Road, Stockbridge Road, Brook Lane and Bosham level crossings.
Buses will replace trains between Havant and Chichester from October 28 and November 1, while on the weekends of October 26-27 and November 2-3, plus November 10, 17, 30 and December 1, the line will be closed between Barnham and Havant, with bus replacements on that section.
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