Randeep Kumar, senior superintendent of police (SSP) Ramban told reporters that the traffic on the Jammu-Srinagar national highway was restored and vehicular traffic was moving smoothly.
For the last 28 days, authorities allowed traffic on the strategic highway only during the night.
The highway remains shut during the day as protesters at various places in south Kashmir either physically block the road or resort to heavy stone pelting on passing traffic.
Amarnath Yatra pilgrims also use the highway to reach the cave shrine in Kashmir.
Since the Valley has been reeling under officially imposed curfew and the protest shutdown called by the separatists since July 9, various retail outlets are already running thin with supplies as the highway is the only route for various essentials to reach Kashmir.