Lane two of the northbound entry slip road to the M6 at Junction 44 has now re-opened, after a lorry carrying 23 tonnes of glue shed its load.
Traffic is now able to join the motorway from that junction
Lane one remains closed whilst repair work takes place.
An overturned wagon on the M6 blocked all three lanes of the southbound carriageway on Thursday 4 January, causing severe delays for up to 10 hours.
It happened just after 11am between junctions 37 and 36 (south of Killington services).
Traffic was diverted through the A6 to Kendal until the road was re-opened at 10pm.
Cumbria Roads Police reported there were no injuries.
A woman from Millom, identified as 51-year-old Tatiana Grieve, has died after being hit by a HGV on the M6.
The incident happened at around 12.27am on Tuesday 19 December between junctions 36 and 35.
The driver of the HGV was a 54-year-old man from the Leeds area.
Police are appealing for anyone who may have seen Mrs Grieve or her vehicle, a silver Toyota Rav 4, on the M6 just south of junction 36 at approximately 12.10am.
Anyone with any information should email email@example.com or call 101 and ask to speak to PC 2190 Batley quoting incident number 4 of 19 December.
An accident involving a lorry and a cattle truck blocked two lanes on the M6 Northbound between J39 B6261 (Shap) and J40 A66 (Penrith). The accident is now cleared and traffic is easing.
Another accident involving one vehicle closed one lane on the M6 Southbound between J36 A590 (Kirkby Lonsdale) and J35 A601(M) Carnforth. The lane is now open and the broken down vehicle has been removed.
One lane of the M6 motorway in Cumbria is blocked because of a mountain bike in the road, according to the police.
The incident was reported at around 4:30pm, and is affecting the southbound motorway between Junction 36 Kirkby Lonsdale and Junction 35 Carnforth.
Traffic is said to be coping well.
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Drivers are being warned of possible delays due to an abnormal load travelling on the A66 in Cumbria, and the motorway into Scotland.
Two long, abnormal loads will be travelling from Darlington to Aberdeen, and will be on the west bound carriageway of the A66 from approximately 11am to 2pm today.
The loads will then join the M6 northbound into Scotland.
The public are advised to adjust their travelling times or route to accommodate these loads.
A lorry driver is in a critical condition following a crash which has closed the M6 north of Carlisle.
It is believed the 73-year-old driver from North Yorkshire suffered a heart attack prior to the crash.
The accident at 10.04am today saw a hay lorry hit the central reservation and the driver was given CPR at the scene and regained a heartbeat before being rushed to the Cumberland Infirmary.
The Great North Air Ambulance landed on the motorway and its paramedic was able to accompany the lorry driver to hospital by road.
The northbound carriageways remains closed north of junction 44 on the M6 with significant delays for traffic which is being diverted on to an alternative route.
Witnesses to the collision are asked to contact police on 101 and ask to speak to PC 747 Euan Stitt.
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A driver who was almost 40 times the legal drug-drive limit has been sentenced in Carlisle.
Jeffrey Chandler, 53, came to the attention of police as he drove at 90mph on the M6 near Penrith.
Cannabis smoke from his Volkswagen Golf wafted through the vents of an officer's vehicle behind.
Chandler was stopped and tested positive for class A and B drugs.
He was slightly over the cannabis-drive limit and five times over the legal level for cocaine.
In addition he was nearly 40 times above the 50mg limit for benzoylecgonine - the main metabolite of cocaine.
Cannabis-possessing Chandler also had £8,300 cash which he had collected from Scotland.
He was sentenced at Carlisle Crown Court today (3 February), and had previously admitted charges of possession of both cannabis and criminal property, and three counts of drug-impaired driving.
Recorder Andrew Shaw said the drug readings indicated a "staggeringly high level of cocaine use".
He imposed a four-month prison sentenced which was suspended for 12 months.
Chandler, of Ventura Close, Manchester, must also complete a rehabilitation requirement, a three-month night-time curfew and a 30-month driving ban.