Cumbria's gritters are treating numerous roads across the county as snow begins to fall.
There is minor disruption on the A592 over Kirkstone Pass due to snow.
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Plans for a £1.9million transport hub for Maryport are expected to be approved today.
The hub is a joint initiative between Cumbria County Council, Northern Rail and Network Rail.
It will include a 70-bay car park near the railway station, upgraded facilities for rail passengers and a new sports pitch on Allerdale council's unused tennis courts.
£22million was invested by Network Rail to upgrade sections of the West Coast mainline, on the Carlisle to London Euston route.Read the full story ›
Campaigners gathered outside Carlisle train station to protest against the average 2.3% hike in rail fares across Britain.Read the full story ›
Rail passengers in Cumbria will have to pay more to travel from today as fares across Britain rise by an average of 2.3%.Read the full story ›
Rail services in Cumbria and the south of Scotland will resume this morning, with some revised services.
It follows the closure of many rail lines across the UK over Christmas including Northern Rail and ScotRail, to allow for National Rail engineering works.
There is currently disruption on the Carlisle to Whitehaven service, which is expected to return to normal by mid-morning.
Rail services across the region and other parts of England will remain closed, which Labour calls a 'lack of action' from the government.Read the full story ›
No services will be running across Cumbria and many other counties in England on Boxing Day.Read the full story ›
Due to the wet and windy conditions caused by Storm Barbara, a number of ferry services have been delayed.
The Stena Line service which runs from Cairnryan in Stranraer to Belfast is experiencing delays of up to 45 minutes:
Winter Storm Barbara has arrived and the UK is experiencing extremely wet and windy conditions. Unfortunately this is causing disruption to some of our scheduled sailings today (Friday 23rd December) and could possibly cause further disruption tomorrow too.
According to their website, PNO ferry operators, which sails from Cairnryan to Larne in Northern Ireland, are operating as normal.
The A69 is closed in both directions near Carlisle due to accident investigation work.
SEVERE A69 closed in both directions between Carlisle and the A689 junction in Brampton, because of accident investigation work.