Slow traffic on the M1 Southbound, Northamptonshire due to an accident involving three vehicles between Junction 17 M45 (Dunchurch/Coventry) and Junction 16 A45 / A4500 (Daventry).
The A14 Eastbound is closed due to an accident involving three vehicles between Junction 14 Polopit (J14 Titchmarsh) and Junction 16 (B660) Fox Road (Catworth / Kimbolton).
Police are at the scene but traffic is queueing.
There is a diversion diverting traffic off at Bythorn (Junction 14), through the village and then rejoining at Junction 16.
M1 sbound at jct 20 was re-opened at 3am 11/1 following a fatal collision yesterday evening, police thanked motorists for their patience
The A606 Melton Road is closed in both directions with heavy traffic due to an accident, involving three vehicles.
Recovery work is underway due to an oil spillage between Ranksborough Drive (Langham) and Whissendine Road (Little Dalby).
Also affecting Whissendine Road in both directions.
The A1175 main road in Tallington, Lincolnshire is closed in both directions to a fallen tree and fallen power cables near Stamford Road.
The road is likely to be closed for several hours.
Affecting traffic between Market Deeping and Stamford.
East Midlands Trains between St Pancras and Nottingham are currently not running.
This is due to high winds causing an overhead line problem between St Albans and Luton Airport Parkway, meaning trains are currently not running.
East Midlands Trains are advising passengers not to travel in or out of London today unless necessary.
One lane is blocked due to a broken down vehicle on the M6 Northbound between Junction 10 A454 / B4464 (Wolverhampton / Walsall) and Junction 10A M54.
One lane is closed but traffic appears to be coping well.
The A6 Bridge Street is closed in both directions due to a dangerous structure around Field Lane.
There is a collapsed chimney and roof tiles have fallen from a building.
Heavy traffic whilst the Fire Service remove the debris.
A6 Bridge street Belper now closed as Fire Service work on dangerous structure.
Road closures and restrictions come into force in Birmingham city centre today as part of the first phase of the £500 million Paradise development.
The section of Summer Row between Lionel Street and Great Charles Street will be temporarily closed to all vehicles. A local diversion route will be in place.
All parking on Summer Row will be also suspended.
One lane closed and there is queueing traffic after an accident on the M1 Southbound between J25 A52 (Derby / Nottingham) and J24A A50 (East Midlands Airport). There is congestion on the M1 back to Trowell Services.