Tourism numbers have fallen in the Scottish Borders, according to figures released by Visit Scotland.Read the full story ›
Rail passengers in Cumbria and southern Scotland are facing another weekend of disruption with station closures and strike action.Read the full story ›
A website to keep drivers informed of the £5 million A66 Eden Valley improvements has launched. The work will be over 7 weekends.Read the full story ›
A new runway has opened at Carlisle Lake District Airport - but the wait for scheduled passenger flights continues after a series of delaysRead the full story ›
Rail passengers in Cumbria and southern Scotland are facing major disruption over the Bank Holiday Weekend.Read the full story ›
A report has revealed the deadliest roads in the UK and the Scottish Borders is tenth in the ranking. Figures show the A7 as the worst.Read the full story ›
Euston station will be closed for a major rail upgrade, meaning services on the West Coast Mainline won't go to London for three weekends.Read the full story ›
Part of the A596, Curzon Street in Maryport, is closed in both directions due to an unsafe building.
The section of road has been closed since about 3pm on Wednesday 1 August, after masonry was seen falling from a building near the Co-op store.
Allerdale council notified Connect Roads, which manages the A596 for the county council, and it took the decision to close the road.
The road closure is from the Station Street junction to the entrance of the Co-Op store. Pedestrian access remains and all businesses are open.
Vehicles can still access Station Street from Curzon Street, Mill Street Car Park and Senhouse Street.
Traffic is being diverted via Mealpot Road.
A survey carried out on the building showed part of the building to be structurally unsafe and a danger to the public.
Our contractors are on site carrying out the necessary work to make the building safe and ensure no more masonry will fall from it. They are working as quickly as possible to limit the disruption caused by the road closure. However, the safety of the public is our main priority."
The train company, Northern Rail, has resumed full service on the Lakes Line.
Services between Oxenholme and Windermere have recently been hit with a series of cancellations and delays.
For almost eight weeks, all trains were cancelled and replaced with buses.
Operator Northern said timetable changes and driver shortages were to blame.
The company said 75% of services would be resumed on other lines as well, after an attempt to introduce new timetables in May collapsed because the drivers were not available to run the trains.
A compensation scheme has been introduced for affected season ticket holders.
Sorry, this content isn't available on your device.
The M6 has reopened in both directions between J32 and J33 in Lancashire.Read the full story ›