Planned roadworks could cause delays for motorists across the county in the coming days and weeks.

Highways England publish a list of the weekly roadworks that could cause delays for drivers in Cumbria.

We've rounded up all the planned roadworks that could cause you problems this week.

M6 between junctions 32 and 33 (Turner’s Farm bridge)

Work to install a new support for the bridge in the verge alongside the southbound carriageway is now underway after starting on Saturday, April 17.

The work will take about 14 weeks and involves a 50mph speed limit – backed by average speed cameras – through the roadworks zone.

M6 between junctions 35 and 37 (northbound)

Nine weeks of resurfacing work along the northbound carriageway started on Sunday, March 14.

A single lane closure will be in place during the with two lanes closed overnight.

Occasional slip road closures will be required during the work with clearly-signed diversions in place.

A66 Appleby bypass

A seven-month project of bridge repairs and resurfacing started on Sunday, April 11. Work is currently underway to re-waterproof the bridge deck over an underpass at the eastern end of the bypass with the carriageway reconstruction and resurfacing starting in June.

During the daytime bridge works, a lane in each direction will remain open, with a 50mph and then 30mph speed limit in place.

Convoy working - along short stretches of the road and where drivers are stopped briefly before being led past the roadworks - will be in place overnight, between 7pm and 6am, for much of the time.

A small number of slip roads will need to be closed overnight occasionally with signed diversions in place.