A rolling road block is in place on the M6 Northbound between J43 A69 (Carlisle) and J44 A7 / A689 (Carlisle North), to prevent further congestion at J45.
There are currently queues between J44 and J45 (Grenta) due to wind turbine blades being transported.
One lane is closed there, delaying traffic travelling from Cumbria towards Gretna.
Traffic is queueing due to an abnormal load on the M6 Northbound, between J44 (Carlisle North) and J45 (Gretna).
One lane is closed, delaying traffic travelling from Cumbria towards Gretna.
One lane is closed and traffic is queueing due to accident on the M6 Southbound, between J37 A684 (Kendal) and J36 A590 (Kirkby Lonsdale).
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Police have cleared sheep from the M74 motorway in Dumfries and Galloway.
They were affecting northbound traffic at junction 19, but have now been returned to their fields.
Police are warning drivers of delays on the A69, towards Gretna, as they escort a slow-moving abnormal load this afternoon.
The load will be leaving the M6 north at junction 45, heading towards Gretna via the A689.
Police say there will be a number of slow-moving loads following the same route over the coming days apart from Saturday.
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The Director of the RAC Foundation is warning people across the south of Scotland and Cumbria that there is a major roads maintenance backlog.
Steve Goodring says that individual councils are doing what they can with limited budgets, but that people shouldn't have to deal with damaged cars due to potholes.
It's been announced that Dumfries and Galloway Council has received the fifth-highest number of pothole compensation claims of all Scottish councils in the last year.
Almost 300 claims were made, but only 28 of these were successful. In total, the council paid out more than £6,000 to claimants.
In the last three months, police have issued 322 notices of intended prosecution (NIP) for speeding offences in Longtown.
The highest speed an offending vehicle has been caught at 60mph, double the speed limit on that stretch of the A7.
Police were responding to concerns by local residents to clamp down on speeding motorists.
“Following the work we have conducted, it is clear that there is a large scale non-compliance issue for the 30mph speed limit within Longtown. On one of our deployments we found that 87 vehicles were travelling over the speed limit. This is simply not acceptable as lives are being put at risk due to reckless speeding in a built-up area."
Police Scotland has named the man who died in a car accident on the A75 on Sunday as 83 year-old Ian Austin from George Street in Dumfries.
The crash happened at the junction with the B6357 east of Annan.
Investigations into the cause of the collision are ongoing.