Great Northern Rail
- Service suspended between Sunderland and Hartlepool
- Due to derailment of a freight train at Sunderland.
Grand Central Trains
- Service suspended on trains between Sunderland and Eaglescliffe
- Due to derailment of a freight train between Sunderland and Hartlepool.
- A19 Crathorne
The A19 Northbound in County Durham is blocked.
There is stationary traffic after a multi-vehicle crash involving two cars and a lorry.
There is debris on the road between A67 at Crathorne and A174 Parkway near Thornaby-on-Tees.
Closed since 7AM on the main Thirsk to Middlesbrough road. There is also a Southbound lane closure.
As a result there is heavy congestion on surrounding roads around Yarm and High Leven.
Ongoing until lunchtime at least.
A19 - NORTHBOUND - CRATHORNE - COUNTY DURHAM
A19 Northbound closed, stationary traffic due to accident, two cars and a lorry involved between A67 (Crathorne) and A174 / A174 Parkway (Thornaby-on-Tees).Closed since around 07:00 Source:Highways, INRIX Speed Sensors, Caller Brian, Police. Diversion - Follow the hollow triangle symbol via the A67.
- A184 Gateshead
Slow moving traffic A184 Westbound at A194 Leam Lane / A194(M) on Newcastle road near White Mare Pool Roundabout.
This is due to roadworks in the area.
- A19 Jarrow
Queueing traffic on A19 Northbound at the Tyne Tunnel.
- A19 Seaton Burn
A19 Westbound at Seaton Burn is partially blocked.
Driver can expect heavy traffic after a crash involving 4 vehicles after A1068 Fisher Lane near the Seaton Burn Roundabout.
Police are at the scene.
- B6302 Broom Lane
Broom Lane in Durham is closed in both directions.
It is after a serious crash between A690 Neville's Cross and Valley View.
- A690 Leazes Road
Slow moving traffic on the A690 Leazes Road at the A691 Framwellgate Peth.
Traffic is slow around The Gates roundabout.
- A1231 Wessington Way
A1231 Wessington Way in Sunderland is partially blocked due to a crash involving a lorry and a car.
It happened on the roundabout at Dene Road near Colima Avenue and Castellian Road.
Traffic appears to be slow moving but coping well.