Buses have returned to Princes Street as the road has been reopened after ten months of tram works.
Contractors had to replace the tarmac between the tramlines after the weight of the buses had caused it to crumble.
Most city centre buses will return to the road but some diversions are still in place.
Princes Street reopens on Saturday from the west end to North Bridge.
Buses will still be diverted away from West Maitland Street and Haymarket Terrace and buses between North Bridge and Princes Street continue to be diverted non-stop via Leith Street and York Place.
The main stop for night buses will still be on George Street.
Lothian Buses said the details of all the diversions will be shown at all bus stops.
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