Cumbria Highways maintain all the roads within Eden district, except the A66 Trunk Road and the M6. Cumbria Highways is a partnership between Cumbria County Council, Amey, and Connect Roads, on behalf of Cumbria County Council (CCC). Cumbria Highways also maintain road lighting throughout the district.

Local roadworks and traffic

See roadworks on the Cumbria County Council website to view all current and upcoming roadworks across Cumbria on the one.network roadworks map.

See traffic on Cumbria Constabulary website for reports of accidents, incidents and hazards, such as flooding or poor weather conditions.

Road spillages

See spillages on the Cumbria County Council website. Cumbria County Council are responsible for dealing with spillages on the highway, which could cause an hazard.

Winter road maintenance

See winter road maintenance and gritting on the Cumbria County Council website. They are responsible for winter road maintenance, such as salting, gritting, grit heaps, salt bins, snow ploughing and clearance.

Highway problems

Report a problem on a street or a road on the Cumbria County Council website.. They are responsible for road maintenance, such as defects with a carriageway defects, flooding, drainage, clearing debris and obstructions. They also look after footways, some street light, traffic signals, structures and roadside fences and barriers.

Find out who to report a pothole to.

Find out who to report a dead animal on the road or road verge to.

Report a highway drainage problem on the Cumbria County Council website.

Last updated: Monday, 12 December, 2022.