The Crawley Interchange is a signal controlled roundabout forming junction 10 of the M23, connecting it to the A264 and A2011. When the M23 was first constructed this junction only served the A2011, with the A264 running along what is now the A2220, without its own junction with the M23. The Copthorne Link was built in the late 1980s connecting the A264 to the M23, with the A264 being routed along the now A2011 until the construction of the Crawley South-western Bypass.
During Between 2018 & 2020 the M23 was upgraded to a smart motorway between J8 with the M25 J7 at Merstham and this junction. This upgrade turned the hard shoulder into a permanent 4th running lane and included minor alterations to this junction to accommodate the additional lane.