The West Coast Mainline north of Carlisle has reopened after more than seven weeks of closure.
Thousands of people have faced long delays after Storm Frank damaged a viaduct on New Year's Eve, which led to the closure of the line.
Watch Matthew's Taylor report from the first day back on track:
A key rail service between Scotland and England has fully re-opened after the completion of repairs to the flood-damaged line.Read the full story ›
After nearly two months, direct trains have started to run again between Carlisle, Glasgow and Edinburgh.Read the full story ›
Direct trains are expected to start running between Carlisle, Glasgow and Edinburgh again.
The West Coast Mainline north of Carlisle has been closed since Storm Frank damaged the Lamington Viaduct north of Lockerbie on New Year's Eve.
Network Rail has been working on repairs ever since.
There are numerous planned roadworks across Cumbria next week, which could cause disruption and delays to traffic.Read the full story ›
Services on the Northern rail, from Carlisle to Newcastle, will resume on Monday 8 February.Read the full story ›
Dip in temperatures tonight so gritters will be out from 3.30pm presalting priority routes and check again at 6am tomorrow #sbctravel
Scottish Borders Council plans to grit roads in the Borders from 3:30pm today.
The A66 is closed both ways closed due to an overturned lorry and recovery work between A685 / B6276 New Road (Brough) and A6 Kemplay Bank / A686 Carleton Avenue (Kemplay Bank Roundabout, Penrith).
Network Rail are urging passengers in the Border region to check before they travel, as Storm Henry approaches Britain.
The wind is expected to strengthen overnight with gusts up to 70mph.
Journeys may be delayed by the 50mph speed limits in place on the Settle - Carlisle railway between Settle and Appleby, the Cumbrian coast line and the West Coast mainline between Garstang and Tebay.
As always, our advice to passengers is to check before you travel, using National Rail Enquiries for the latest information. With even more rain predicted to fall on already saturated ground, there is the potential for localised flooding, as well as possible damage from high winds which may cause disruption to passengers planning to travel."