|Location Map ( geo)|
|Approaching the crossroads heading west|
|North of Walberton|
When the A27 Avisford Hill was re-aligned and dualled, the crossroads was split into two separate junctions. Restrictions were later placed preventing traffic leaving the B2132 from turning right, in practice preventing it from following that very road. The only way to follow the B2132 is to head to the next junction and turn around, and in practice that's excessive.
The first crossroads was right outside the Royal Oak Inn, a little to the south of the current junction. During the upgrade, the old road provided a lengthy left turn lane, but this was later blocked up.
Danes Crossroads is a similar location of the western end of the Arundel Bypass which is due to be built in the early 2020s. This junction layout is unconfirmed due to it being located in Binsted Woods adjacent to the east of the current crossroads. Some of the proposed plans show the junction to be a GSJ with the A27 D2 running under a dumbbell interchange where the B2132 runs over and also will provide access to the old route of the A27 into Arundel, however the classification or number for this road has not been suggested but it is likely to be reduced to a single carriageway from its current dueling.
The name of the new junction is not yet known either, however i'd think it would be named Binstead Interchange due to it being built where Binsted Woods currently is and it being the nearest hamlet.
|Worthing, Brighton, Arundel|
|Yapton, Walberton, Binsted|
|Worthing, Brighton, Littlehampton (A284)||After A27 Bypass is built|
|Arundel, Ford||The old route of the A27 after bypass is built|