Operators of private buses and taxis in India's eastern city of Kolkata say they have ended their strike.
The strike had been called to protest a court-ordered ban on the use of commercial vehicles more than 15 years old.
The work stoppage put a strain Friday on public transportation, including the city's rail and tram systems, as thousands of people looked for alternative ways to get to work. Many people walked to work and schools and universities were reported closed.
The ban, ordered by a high court in West Bengal state, goes into effect August 1.
The ban is designed to reduce air pollution in Kolkata, one of India's dirtiest cities.