Roadworks on the A590 in Cumbria will begin on the 1st September.
The Highways Agency is spending £115,000 to renew road markings and install new road studs. They say this will allow drivers to have safer journeys.
The work will be between 8am - 6pm until the 20th September and take place:
- Between Park Roundabout and Booths Roundabout in Ulverston from Monday 1 September to Monday 8 September
- On isolated small sections of the carriageway between Arrad Foot and the Low Newton Bypass from Monday 8 September to Saturday 13 September
- Various locations between Meathop Roundabout and Brettargh Holt Roundabout from Monday 15 September to Saturday 20 September
A temporary convoy system is in place on the A75 near Collin to allow for re-surfacing works.
Traffic is slow around the area and drivers should expect delays.
Drivers in Dumfries and Galloway are being warned about the dangers of driving in heavy rain.
Heavy rainfall in the area is making for difficult driving conditions. Police are asking motorists to be alert for areas of standing water and to be mindful of the dangers of driving in such conditions.
Drivers are being encouraged to drive to the conditions they come across when on the roads.
A man has died after a crash in Lockerbie.
44-year-old Stephen Crawford, from Dinwoodie Lodge in Lockerbie, died when a blue coloured Fiat car and a seven and a half ton rigid lorry crashed.
It happened on the B7076 road at Johnstonebridge at 08.50am on Thursday 21st August. Mr Crawford was confirmed dead at the scene.
Anyone with information should contact the police.
Hundreds of cycling enthusiasts from our region are heading to Yorkshire today for the start of the long-awaited Tour de France.
It's the biggest free outdoor sporting event ever to be staged in the area.
The Grand Depart will start in Leeds, passing through the Dales to Harrogate, before travelling to Sheffield. Motorists travelling south from Cumbria should expect delays because of road closures.
A temporary bridge will enable access whilst Carlows Bridge is refurbished.
Preparation for the work will begin the 7th July but the temporary bridge will be installed on the 4th and 5th August. On this temporary bridge will be a weight limit of 26 tonnes and a speed limit of 20mph.
The work to Carlows Bridge is hoped to be completed by mid- November and the temporary bridge to be removed by mid-December.
The Council’s Executive Committee last week approved additional funding of £157,000 for extra scaffolding and identified masonry repairs required to Carlows Bridge.
Road users are advised to avoid the area where possible as the diversion will be minor roads in the locality.
Resurfacing of the A75, with improvements to the Castle Douglas Bypass, will continue and the road will be closed. Traffic will be diverted through the village from 7pm on Friday 20th June - 6am, 23rd June.
The method to repair the roads is called 'Crack and Seat' and has longer-term benefits to people in the region, says Scotland TranServ, working on behalf Transport Scotland.
The process involves removing the surface layer of the road and introducing hairline fractures into the base layer in order to allow for expansion and contraction during extreme weather conditions, which is why it's said to last longer.
The process has already been used on the Dumfries Bypass and the Annan Bypass and has been reported to have made significant savings in the volume of waste material sent to landfill compared with traditional road construction methods.
Road restrictions are predicted in Galashiels as a new bridge is built at Plumtreehall Brae.
It is part of the Borders Railway project that will take place 30th May to 2nd June. It is expected that King Street will be closed during this time so that a 500 tonne crane can lift the 30 tonne bridge into place.
Once the bridge is in place, it is said that work will continue without disrupting traffic.
Motorists will be diverted via Windyknowes Road and Hall Street, while pedestrian and local access will be maintained
Major work to improve Dumfries and Galloway roads is set to get underway this weekend.
The £1.5 million programme will deliver long-term benefits along the A75 and A76. The road between Annan and Castle Douglas will be improved as will the road from Dumfries to Kilmarnock.
The work will begin this weekend on the Annan bypass.