North Yorkshire Police is warning motorists not to make unnecessary journeys because of the floods.
Lincolnshire Road Safety Partnership are re-launching a campaign responsible for dramatically reducing the number of deaths on the roads.
A £2 billion project to improve roads in Sheffield begins today.
The section of the A1 between Aycliffe to Catterick is now open but the road is still closed from Catterick to Dishforth.
Drivers have reported "crazy behaviour" on the A1 in North Yorkshire near Catterick due to a 30 mile stretch being closed because of floods.
One driver, who uploaded this photo to our Facebook page, said: "The scene on A1 North bound. Drivers were crossing the middle and turning onto the south-bound fast lane. Even reversing down the northbound outside verge to get to the gap. crazy. I was pulled over with engine off when I took this."
Calendar spoke to the owner of the barge which sunk today in York. He did not want to be named but said: "It's just a lump of metal. No one was hurt. That's all I can say."
The A660 near Otley is closed due to flooding between the A65 and the A659 Bradford Road.
A 30 mile stretch of the A1 is now closed due to flooding. The closure runs from junction 49 of the A168 at Dishforth to junction 57 of the A66 at Darlington. There are severe delays.
There are problems on the A1 Northbound near Catterick today because of flooding in the area. Water is running off the nearby fields onto the carriageway causing surface water and hazardous driving conditions.
And the A6108 Richmond Road is closed due to flooding at Olliver Lane at Skeeby, North Yorkshire.
In West Yorkshire the A656 Barnsdale Road is closed due to flooding between Station Road and the A6032 Aire Street.
The County Road North flyover in Hull will be closed to traffic for repairs for six weeks from the end of September.
Work is expected to start around Monday 24th September and is scheduled to take between six to seven weeks.
The road should still remain open to pedestrians and cyclists during the maintenance work but it will be closed to all other traffic.
Work begins today on a £2 billion project to improve roads, pavements, bridges and street lights in Sheffield. Teams will be working across the city to repair potholes and unblock gullies. From the start of September work will begin on bringing the roads and pavements up to standard.
There will also be improvments to street lighting. A deal has been done with private firm Amey to do the work which will take 5 years. Amey will then maintain the roads for the next 20 years taking over from the council's Streetforce team.
Cllr Julie Dore said she hoped the work would attract new investment into the city and help improve travel around Sheffield. Work will start in the Shiregreen area of the city.