|Location Map ( geo)|
|Roundabout with Traffic Lights|
|A23, A2011, A2219, C415|
Tushmore Gyratory is a roundabout on the A23 and the ends of the A2011 and A2219. Here the A23 TOTSO on the northern and western arms, while the A2011 starts on the eastern arm and the A2219 starts on the southern arm. Here is also Langley Drive which takes people into the neighbourhood of Langley Green. The Roundabout has a bus lane through the middle, going from the north to the south. It also has a dedicated slip from the south to the west avoiding the roundabout.
The roundabout is located on the north end of where the Crawley Bypass (now called Crawley Avenue) was built in 1938 where it originally terminated as a flattened roundabout with far apart slip-roads on the east for the A23. In the 1970s the roundabout was changed to the size that it is today and with the addition of the eastern arm for the new A2011 which would connect with the new M23 being built.
Nowadays the roundabout looks incomplete as the west side looks as if it was designed to have a flyover while the east doesn't have the same slip road like layout, however does have space to expand if a flyover was going to be built.
|Gatwick Airport, Redhill, Manor Royal Amenity Tip||London Road|
|Brighton, Hospital, West Green, Ifield, Horsham (A264)||Crawley Avenue|
|London (M23), Pound Hill, Three Bridges, East Grinstead (A264)||Crawley Avenue|
|Town Centre, Northgate||London Road, Originally B2125|
|Langley Green||Langley Drive|
|Error: C415 (West Sussex) does not exist|