A railway station in West Sussex is to benefit from improved transport links as part of a £5m scheme.
The work at Southwick railway station, which starts on Monday and is expected to last 11 weeks, will see improved access for pedestrians and cyclists.
Other improvements include a drop-off and pick-up area, and an improved cycle link from the South Coast Cycle Route.
Station Road will also be realigned so that it lines up more closely with the railway bridge.
At the same time West Sussex County Council will resurface the whole length of Station Road, put in new dropped kerbs, road markings and paving.
Improvements will also be made to the area's drainage.
Deputy leader Lionel Barnard, who has responsibility for highways and transport, said: "This scheme is part of an overall £5m investment in transport links along the A259 corridor and at local railway stations from Shoreham to Brighton and Hove.
"In addition further improvements are also being carried out at stations by Southern, including new cycle racks, platform waiting shelters and CCTV."
The £5m was awarded by the government's Homes and Communities Agency to support the Shoreham Harbour Regeneration Project.