Passengers are being told to check in as normal this morning although the airport is temporarily closed. It shut at 4am due to the snow. Airport managers say they are hoping to re-open around 8am.
The A647 Boothtown Road currently closed due to a coach that has become stuck blocking the carriageway. 1/2 http://t.co/AAn9XHlc4I
There are delays on the M18 southbound due to a broken down vehicle on the carriageway between J2 A1(M) and J1 A631 (Bramley).
The A64 is closed both ways due to an accident between B1249 Beverley Gate (Staxton Bank) and B1248 York Road.
Recovery trucks are on scene with the overturned HGV on the #A1(M) southbound, J37 - J36. Removing the vehicle will take considerable time.
A new engineering train - one of the longest and most expensive ever - is aiming to make land slips like the one in Hatfield last year a thing of the past, by keeping the condition of the track up to scratch.
The huge slip in South Yorkshire in 2013 cut off the railway line at Hatfield, causing a mass of twisted tracks which put the line out of action for five months while repairs were carried out. It cost tens of millions of pounds to put right.
ITV's Mike Pearse has been to see the new train in action:
There have been six deaths in the last six days on Lincolnshire's roads, making it the worst week for crashes in the county for decades.
It means more people have now been killed on Lincolnshire's roads in 2014 than in the whole of last year. Adam Fowler reports:
Police are appealing for witnesses following a road traffic collision in Leeds in which a pedestrian was killed.
At about 11:50am today the 23-year-old woman was involved in a collision with a red Vauxhall Astra while crossing Kirkstall Road, near to the Benfield Ford car dealership.
She was treated at the scene before being taken to Leeds General Infirmary where she was pronounced dead a short time later. The 26-year-old driver of the car was taken to hospital but was not believed to be seriously injured.
The scene is undergoing examination and a full closure of the carriageways in both directions remains in place.
The train operator for the Sheffield Supertram says the service is suspended between Sheffield Station / Hallam University and City Hall, and between Sheffield Station / Hallam University and Castle Square. Blue and purple lines run to/ from the Station only.
A scheme which caused chaos on the M180 has receeived damning criticism from the leader of North Lincolnshire Council.
Cllr Liz Redfern says a decision to completely close the eastbound side of the road for resurfacing work was against her office's advice.
The Highways Agency now says there will be no daytime closure of the westbound carriageway when work moves there later this month. James Webster reports: