Drivers in Cumbria could face months of misery - with roadworks planned for two of the county's most important roads.
From Monday 13 July work will begin on the A69, to replace street lights with a new LED system, and will continue until 18 September.
- Lane closures in place in Warwick Bridge area, from the top of Warwick Bank to the Corby Hill crossroads, from 8:30am to 4:30pm every day
- Further lane closures for the final two weeks of work, between 7 September and 18 September, from 6pm and 8am
Highways England is in charge of these works:
This work will be taking place, despite the fact that roadworks are ongoing on another major road into Carlisle - the A689.
Cumbria County Council is building a new roundabout there, and work has been underway for months already.
The council says it's hoping to remove temporary traffic lights from the site in around two weeks time: