The A6075 Peafield Lane in both directions is closed with heavy traffic due to an accident involving two vehicles between the A60 Leeming Lane North / Sandgate Road and B6035 Forest Road.
Emergency services are currently at the scene.
The A49 Southbound remains closed and there is heavy traffic due to an oil spillage and a serious accident involving a lorry and truck.
The northbound carriageway has now reopened but southbound will remain closed until 16pm whilst the lorry is righted and the oil spillage is cleared.
Diversion: A5, A458 to Morville then take the B4368 to rejoin the A49 at Craven Arms.
Two lanes are closed and traffic if building due to accident involving a single vehicle on M1 Northbound between J13 (Bedford / Milton Keynes South) and J14 A509 (Milton Keynes).
Police are currently at the scene where lanes two and three are closed.
There is disruption on the trains between Derby and Sheffield because of a broken down train at Chesterfield.
Trains are unable to run from Chesterfield to Derby, and some services may be diverted. There is no estimate for when a normal service will resume
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A signalling near Stafford is causing delays of up to 20 minutes to trains through this station.
There is no firm estimate yet of how long disruption will last but it is likely to continue until at least 19:00.
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The A5 Eastbound in Staffordshire is blocked, there is heavy traffic because of an accident between M6 Toll JT5 / A5127 / A5148 (Lichfield/Wall Island) and Streetway Road. Police are at the scene directing traffic.
After an online consultation the A453 road in Nottingham is due to be renamed 'Remembrance Way' when it re-opens on Monday.
A local resident in Kimberley, Nottingham recognised the link between the name of the road and the number of soldiers killed in Afghanistan.
The new name is being backed by families in the region who lost a loved one during the conflict and the Royal British Legion.
They say the new name is important not only "to remember those who gave their lives from Nottinghamshire but it's also a national commemoration to all 453 service personnel from across the UK who lost their lives."
Highways England has announced that cones will begin to be removed along the A453 in Nottingham over the weekend, ahead of a full re-opening after two-years of closure.
The final section of the A453 which links Nottingham to the M1 in Leicestershire, has been part of a £170m widening project.
On Monday, it will officially be re-opened and renamed as 'Remembrance Way' in honour of 453 British service men and women who were killed in Afghanistan.
The improvement works to widen the dual carriageway began in January 2013.