Highways England says has told ITV News Central that they are not expecting a big rush in traffic this morning across the Midlands.
The government agency lifted and completed a number of roadworks over the Bank Holiday weekend, including a stretch of the M1 between Loughborough and Mansfield, and Junctions 1-3 of the M69 near Hinckley.
In total, 373 miles of roadworks were removed across the country.
A38 Tyburn Road in both directions closed, heavy traffic due to accident between A4040 Bromford Lane and B4148 Tyburn Road / Kingsbury Road.
Two lanes are closed with slow traffic on the M6 Southbound at Warwickshire. It is due to an accident involving a van and three cars between J3A M6 Toll and Corley Services.
Two lanes are closed with slow traffic due to an accident on M6 Southbound between J6 A38(M) Spaghetti Junction and the J5 A452 for Castle Bromwich. It's causing congestion to J7 A34 Great Barr.
One lane is closed due to emergency repairs on the M6 Northbound between J10 A454 (Walsall / Wolverhampton) and J10A M54.
The closure follows an accident which happened around 15:00 on Sunday afternoon (21st August). The lane closure is expected to remain in place for the rest of the week.
The M6 Northbound exit slip road at Junction 12 is closed due to V Festival, as festival goers head to Weston Park for the two day event.
Northbound traffic heading towards the festival should take the Westbound M54 and leave the motorway at J3 (Albrighton) and then take the Northbound A41 towards the venue.
Reports of one lane closed because of an accident on the M54 Eastbound. It is between Junction 3 A41 (Albrighton) and Junction 2 A449 (Wolverhampton).
There are delays of up to 45 minutes on Virgin East Coast trains between Peterborough and Kings Cross.
It' due to a signalling problem at Peterborough causing delays and also affecting First Hull Trains, Grand Central and Great Northern.
The A444 Burton Road is closed in both directions at B4116 Ashby Road. It's due to an overturned lorry and recovery work near Twycross Zoo.
Flights from Birmingham Airport to Dubai have been suspended following the crash landing of an Emirates flight from India.
Passengers are advised to check the status of their flight before travelling.