Weather and road situation improving but still potential for delays and disruption . Please plan journeys carefully and drive safely.
Cumbria Police say the region's roads are getting back to normal, following major delays caused by snow and heavy rain.
The A66 has now re-opened, and the M6 motorway has re-opened with restrictions.
The A686 Hartside Pass road has been blocked by snow, and is impassable between Alston and Melmerby.
The incident was reported just before 9am this morning.
A number of important roads in the county, including the M6 motorway, have been affected by the bad weather.Read the full story ›
The RMT is planning strike action to coincide with the Grand NationalRead the full story ›
Four fire engines are at the scene of the crash, and the B7072 remains closed near Springwells.Read the full story ›
Police have closed Bridge Street in Carlisle, while they deal with a collision.
Emergency services were called at 2:54pm to a two-vehicle crash, and are still at the scene.
The road leading to Hardwicke Circus has been closed, and drivers are urged to avoid the area.
There are reports of an accident involving a hay wagon on the M6 Northbound, at Junction 44 near Carlisle.Read the full story ›
No services will run between Carlisle, and Edinburgh and Glasgow, over the bank holiday weekend.Read the full story ›
The union which organised strikes on Cumbria's railways today has defended the disruption caused to passengers.
The RMT called a walkout over Northern Rail's plans for introducing driver only trains.
The Dumfries bypass has now reopened after a three vehicle crash involving two lorries and a car.
The crash blocked the A75 between Cargen Bridge and Cuckoo Bridge for around an hour.
A man was hospitalised following the crash.