A busy road tunnel linking Docklands with central London has reopened after more than two weeks.
The fire caused severe damage to the tunnel
The eastbound carriageway of the Limehouse Link Tunnel closed last month when a bus caught fire causing major damage to the roof and fixtures.
Motorists faced weeks of jams, diversions and hour-long delays.
Transport for London (TfL), which has been carrying out £1m-worth of repairs, had predicted the tunnel would stay closed until the end of the month.
A TfL spokesman said the contractors had made quicker progress than expected but warned the tunnel may still have to be closed at night for "several weeks, possibly to the turn of the year".
The bus driver escaped unhurt when the empty double-decker broke down and burst into flames on 30 October.