It's promising to be one of the busiest weekends of the year on the region's roads, as the school summer holidays get underway. Industry leaders say they've seen a drop in bookings over the last couple of months compared to previous years but they're hoping sunny summer weather will help boost bookings.
After a number of serious accidents in recent weeks there are plans to try to improve the A361 North Devon Link Road.
Two women died last month on the same day that another five were badly injured in a separate collision. Devon County Council will this week begin investigating the cost of building extra overtaking lanes and improving roundabouts and notorious junctions.
Drivers are being urged to make sure they are prepared for the winter. The Highways Agency wants everyone to have things like a blanket and thermos flask in their car, as well as making sure tyres are in a good condition.
Meanwhile councils in the region say they are well prepared for the winter, with most reporting an increase in their grit and salt supplies.
The A386 is closed Southbound in Devon due to accident involving four vehicles between the Derriford Roundabout and George Junction.
The eastbound carriageway of the A30 near to the Fraddon exit is closed due to a fatal road traffic collision.
Torbay's Mayor Gordon Oliver has written to the Government appealing for more cash to tackle the council's growing road maintenance backlog.
A train was evacuated at Upwey train station this morning after a fire in one of the carriages.
The Strand is closed both ways near the New Road junction, because of emergency repairs. There is a diversion in operation.
In Cornwall a lane's also been closed on the A30 westbound near Scorrier. That's due to resurfacing work.
In Devon, a lane's closed on the A30 westbound carriageway near Honiton and Exeter. It means drivers won't be able to join the M5 northbound at Junction 29. Diversions are in place.