The Tay Road Bridge is now open in both directions following a five-hour shutdown on Friday morning.
Traffic heading south began cross the bridge around 9.40am, with the north lane opening about 10 minutes earlier.
The Tay Road Bridge had been closed in both directions as police dealt with an incident on the bridge that began shortly after 4am.
The Broughty Ferry lifeboat had also been called out to assist, and an ambulance was seen standing by outside the RNLI station.
The central walkway was closed while the incident was unfolding.
Police Scotland said a man had been removed from the bridge and was “safe and well”.
Ongoing Police Incident – The Bridge is Closed in Both Directions until further notice. (06:25 17/08/2018)
— Tay Road Bridge (@tay_road_bridge) August 17, 2018
Launched from Broughty Ferry, Tayside about half an hour ago – https://t.co/Wxu9RnuLbB
— RNLI: Out On A Shout (@outonashout) August 17, 2018
Emergency services were called out after concerns were raised for a man on the bridge around 4.30 on Friday morning.
Traffic was diverted via Perth while the incident took place.
The car park at the Fife end of the bridge was filled with waiting vehicles as a result of the five hour closure.
One waiting motorist said: “This isn’t a one-off. These incidents are happening more often.”