The A66 has been closed between Brough and Bowes due to snow and ice.
The snow gates are shut on the road which runs from Scotch Corner in North Yorkshire to Penrith in Cumbria.
The A66, the main road connecting the North West with the North East, has re-opened.
It was closed in both directions on Christmas morning, between County Durham and Cumbria, after a spate of accidents caused by black ice.
Police are urging motorists to continue to drive with care.
The A66, one of the north's main roads, has been closed because of "severe ice".
Durham Police say the move follows a series of accidents on Christmas morning.
The road connects the North East with the North West, and has been closed in both directions at Bowes in County Durham.
Low overnight temperatures have left ice and black ice as driving hazzards across the North East and police are urging motorists to slow down, and to drive with care.
A motorcyclist has died after hitting the central reservation of the A66 westbound in Middlesbrough. Cleveland Police have confirmed that arider died at the scene. The road was closed between the Hartington Interchange and Newport roundabout.
The family of a cyclist who died after a collision with a lorry on the A66 last week have paid tribute to a "devoted family man" who "will be sorely missed."
Sean Ruff was 61-years-old and from Cleadon village near Sunderland.
Police have named a cyclist who died after a collision with a lorry on the A66 on Tuesday 21 May as 61-year-old Sean Ruff from Cleadon Village near Sunderland.
The incident involved an Argos delivery wagon and happened just after 6pm on the A66 westbound near to the Eaglescliffe slip road.
A 49-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving and has been bailed pending further enquiries.
Any witnesses to the incident are being asked to contact the Cleveland and Durham Specialist Operations Unit on the non-emergency 101 number.
The A66 in Middlesborough will be closed for four hours after two 40ft long steel pipes came off the back of an HGV.
It's thought a second HGV then crashed into the pipes. No one was hurt.
Police have closed both carriageways of the A66 close to Middlesbrough's Riverside Stadium after a two huge steel pipes fell off an HGV into the path of a second lorry.
It's thought the second HGV collided into the pipes which are 40 foot long and 4 foot in diameter. Nobody was hurt in the accident.
The second lorry was carrying a liquid but there has been no spillage. Officers were called just before 11.30. Cleveland Fire Brigade is at the scene.
Drivers have been warned the road will remain closed in both directions for at least four hours.
A woman has died after the car she was travelling in left the road on the outskirts of Darlington.
The 28-year-old was a passenger in the VW Golf which was heading west on the A66 shortly before 6 o'clock this morning. She was pronounced dead at the scene.
Police believe surface water caused the car to leave the road and collide with trees. Four other people were in the car at the time; two were taken to hospital for treatment.
The A66 is closed - slow, queueing traffic due to snow between the A67 and the A685 / B6276 New Road (Brough).
Police have closed the snow gates. Reports of a jackknifed lorry which had blocked the carriageway near Bowes.
Affecting traffic between County Durham and Cumbria. The A69 is still open.