More than £150 million of roadworks will be carried out on major roads in Cumbria, and north Lancashire, in the next five years.
Highways England will set out its plan for the region's motorways and A roads at an event in the Rheged Centre, near Penrith, today.
Transport bosses will explain how they will repair, maintain and improve roads including: the M6, M55, A585, A590, A595 and A66.
Last year, the government set out its £15 billion plan to improve the condition of England's roads.
The Department for Transport will also carry out studies into increasing the capacity of two other major roads - the A66 and A69.
But some motorists in the region are unhappy with roadworks already scheduled to take place over the next three months, on two of the major roads into Carlisle - the A69 and A689.
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