There are severe delays and one lane remains closed due to recovery work on M62 Westbound between J23 A640 / A643 (Huddersfield) and J22 A672 (Rishworth Moor), after an accident involving a van and two cars.
Congestion stretches to J26 M606 / A58 (Chain Bar). Matrix sign is set to 40 mph. The delays are affecting traffic travelling from Leeds to Manchester.
The traffic lights are not working on the A59 Boroughbridge Road at Carr Lane. Drivers are being warned to approach with care.
One lane is blocked after an accident between a car and a lorry on M62 Eastbound between J29 M1 (Lofthouse) and J30 A642 (Rothwell).
Congestion is affecting traffic heading from Leeds into Pontefract.
The A58 Whitehall Road is closed in both directions at Drighlington and there is queueing traffic due to an accident involving a motorbike between the B6126 Gildersome Lane / Back Lane and B6135 Bradford Road. The road is closed between The Woodcock pub and Drighlington crossroads.
All lanes of the M1 Northbound at Thurcroft in South Yorkshire (Junction 32/M18) have re-opened following an earlier accident between two cars and a lorry - but there is still queueing traffic and long delays.
Another incident is causing further problems for motorists on the M1 Northbound at Thurcroft (junction 32/M18) in South Yorkshire. This is affecting traffic travelling from Chesterfield towards Barnsley and is in addition to an earlier broken down vehicle which has blocked one lane, leading to long queues, at the same place.
Beleaguered holiday firm Thomas Cook - heavily criticised following the deaths of two children from Wakefield on a holiday in Corfu - has posted its first annual bottom line profit for five years.
This is despite a £130 million sales hit from the Tunisian beach and hotel terrorist attacks in June.
The group said it had been a year of "considerable challenges" after coming under fire for its handling of the deaths of Bobby and Christ Shepherd. They died after being overcome from fumes from a faulty boiler at their holiday home on Corfu.
Chief executive Peter Fankhauser said the group had "confronted its mistakes" following the deaths of the children.
Thomas Cook posted profits after tax of £19 million - its first positive profit after tax since 2010 - while underlying earnings rose 11% to £310 million. But it said the suspension of holidays to Tunisia cost the group £130 million in sales, with underlying earnings impacted by around £22 million.
The group said the new financial year had got off to a good start despite cancelling its flights to Sharm-El-Sheikh in Egypt after the downing of a Russian passenger plane last month, while Tunisia holidays also remain suspended for most markets.
One lane of the M1 is blocked Northbound at Thurcroft in South Yorkshire (junction 32/M18) and there is queueing traffic due to an earlier broken down vehicle. This is affecting traffic travelling towards Barnsley.
One lane of the A1(M) Doncaster bypass is closed Northbound causing long delays and stop-start traffic due to an accident involving two lorries between A1(M) J38 / A638 Red House and A1(M) J39 / A639 / A6021 Wrangbrook Lane / Wrangbrook Lane. This is affecting traffic from Doncaster towards Knottingley.