West Sussex County Council has confirmed work will start on extending the East Worthing Parking Scheme on Monday, June 20.
The existing residents’ parking scheme is being extended across a number of roads in East Worthing to reduce congestion and improve safety.
Only residents and their visitors will be able to park there at certain times of the day by displaying a permit.
Double yellow lines are being added to various roads in Broadwater to make it safer for road users.
Minor changes to waiting restrictions in some roads already in the scheme will be made to improve how it operates.
West Sussex County Council Cabinet Member for Highways and Transport, John O’Brien, said: “This is a complex and extensive scheme comprising six kilometres of new lines and 250 new signs in East Worthing and Broadwater.
“Improved parking control and reduced congestion increases safety, improves visibility and makes the area a nicer place to live in.
“The size and complexity of the project means there is a lot of preparation involved – which is why work cannot start until June.
“For example, it can take two months to get the signs made and delivered by the manufacturer.”
All businesses and residents directly affected will be notified.
It is anticipated the installation work will take about a month.
The extension was authorised by Worthing County Local Committee in September 2015.
Further information can be found here.