Resurfacing work will be taking place on the A69, between Cumbria and Northumberland, overnight from Monday 13 July.
A speed limit of 40mph will be in force, and lanes will be closed, between 7pm and 7am.
The work will begin at the Town Foot Junction in Haltwhistle on 13 July, and will last for two weeks.
Attention will then turn to the south of Brampton Roundabout at Gelt, for one week, and then the Redpeth junction at Spital for approximately one week on Friday 27 July.
The final phase of work will take place between Scarrow Hill and Naworth in Cumbria on Monday 3 August, and will last one week.
- There will be an overnight road closure on Saturday 25 July at Gelt, while the road across a narrow bridge is resurfaced
- During the closure drivers travelling eastbound will be diverted at the M6 junction 46, on to the M6 to junction 44, along the A689 to Brampton roundabout where the diversion ends
- Local traffic travelling westbound will follow the same route in the opposite direction
The A69 has opened following a temporary closure today (20th November) after a van crashed with a wall.
The incident happened at 4.30pm yesterday (19th November). The driver of the red Vauxhall van, a 52-year-old man from Hexham, was uninjured.
Police thank drivers for their patience.
Three people have been injured in a crash on the A69 at Haltwhistle.
A car and a lorry collided around 11.30am today (19th November).
Medics helped with two patients. A 69-year-old man, from Carlisle, was treated for serious chest injuries and then flown to Newcastle's Royal Victoria Infirmary. When he arrived at the hospital, it's said he was in a stable condition.
Could the main road linking Cumbria to the North East soon be upgraded to a dual carriageway? MPs from our region met George Osborne this week to press for improvements to the A69.
Plans include dualling the remaining single carriageway stretch between Brampton and Hexham, and the possibility of a bypass at Warwick Bridge.
Kate Walby reports on the pros and cons.
There's fresh hope for campaigners fighting for the A69 to be dualled between Hexham and Carlisle.
It comes after the Chancellor said he's considering a feasibility study on the idea. Carlisle MP John Stevenson has had a private meeting with George Osborne to discuss the need to make the road safer. Some residents in Warwick Bridge want the study to also include plans for a bypass.
Cllr Nick Marriner is a Warwick Bridge resident:
Campaigners fighting for the A69 to be dualled between Hexham and Carlisle have welcomed reports that the chancellor is considering authorising a a feasibility study on the proposal.
Carlisle MP John Stevenson has had a private meeting with George Osborne to discuss the need to make the road safer.
Campaigners who are looking to divert traffic off the A69 in Cumbria will be meeting with the Transport Minister later to discuss their concerns and raise questions about the future of the road.
They want the road de-trunked to take lorries out of villages like Warwick Bridge and away from very rural communities.
The A69 is closed in both directions between B6318 (Greenhead) and B6321 (Haltwhistle) due to an accident.
The accident is affecting traffic between Carlisle and Newcastle.
Snow is reported to be very bad, and police are asking all lorries to avoid the area altogether.
A diversion is in place via the Military Road.
Paramedics had to evacuate an ambulance after the vehicle caught fire on the A69 in north Cumbria.
There were no patients on board when the incident happened last night.
It's thought an electrical fault caused the fire which badly damaged the vehicle.
Traffic was delayed on the A69.