Police are warning drivers in Cumbria to expect delays between Carlisle and Blenkinsopp tomorrow.
From around 9am police will escort a slow moving abnormal load via the A689 into Crosby Village and onto the A69.
Delays are expected until around 1pm.
With roadworks set to take place on two major roads into Carlisle, Ryan Dollard has been to find out what drivers in the area think:
From Monday the two major routes linking the North East to Carlisle will both have significant road works ongoing.
Work on the A689 between Brampton and Kingstown has been taking place for months, and work begins on the A69 next week.
The County Council and Highways England say they are doing their best to minimise disruption - but some drivers feel that the two jobs should have been staggered.
Councillor Nick Marriner, whose parish is in the area that could be affected, says communication could have been better:
Roadworks are set to begin on a major road into Carlisle - the A69.
Work is already underway to build a roundabout on the A689, meaning drivers in north east Cumbria could face months of delays.
Motorists are advised of potential congestion at Carlisle Airport, Crosby on Eden today and tomorrow connected to the Stobart Festival. Please be patient if travelling to the event.
A trailer carrying a trailer load of hay overturned on a roundabout, blocking Carlisle city bypass.
The accident happened on the A689 Carlisle city bypass at Kingmoor Park roundabout.
The A689 Carlisle city bypass is blocked at Kingmoor Park roundabout, due to an overturned tractor and shed load of hay.