The A5086 has been closed following a serious crash.
Police were called at 4:27pm after two vehicles road collided on at A5086 near Oakhurst roundabout.
The Fire Service and Ambulance service are at the scene.
All motorists are asked to avoid the area and use alternative routes. Those in traffic are asked to remain patient.
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.
Roads will be closed for the upcoming annual carnival in Aspatria.
They are the A596 from Aspatria Business Park to the junction with B5301 Station Road and the length of B5301 Station Road from its junction with the A596 to the Aspatria Rugby Union Football Club.
They will be closed between 1.15pm and 3pm on the 14th June. Motorists are advised to avoid these roads during the period of the carnival.
Dumfries bypass will be closed this weekend as part of a £350,000 improvement project.
A section between the Dancingknowe Roundabout and Lockerbie Road roundabout will close from 7pm tonight. It won't reopen until 6am on Monday
A 79-year-old woman has been seriously injured after a crash on the A66.
The three vehicle incident happened at 12:05pm yesterday, 24 May.
The woman, who is from Appleby, was airlifted to the Royal Victoria Infirmary in Newcastle.
No one else is thought to have been injured.
Crash debris has been cleared and the road is running normally.
The accident involved two cars and an HGV near the B6262 junction. Local diversions are in place and the police hope to have the route opened shortly. Police say they are not treating the accident as serious at this time.
Snow is causing hazardous driving conditions on the M6 at J39 (Shap).
A reduced speed limit has been set up, with matrix signs set to 50mph.
Police are advising to drive with care as there have been several accidents on the road so far this morning, 21 February.
Roads across Cumbria have been closed due to snow.
- A686 Hartside Pass is closed between Alston and Melmerby
- A66 closed between Brough and Bowes
- A5092 closed between Penny Bridge and Greenodd
Kirkstone Pass re-opened.