Locals have welcomed the reopening of the Tay Road Bridge’s pedestrian lift following two months of maintenance work.
The lift was closed at the end of September so contractors Caltech could replace the existing unit with a new facility.
Bridge bosses said at the time of the closure that the temporary disruption would have lasting benefits, such as improved long-term reliability.
A statement from the Tay Road Bridge Joint Board said: “The new bridge lift is now in operation.
“Thank you for your patience during the installation period.
“Apologies for any inconvenience caused during the lift replacement.”
Local groups, including Dundee Cycling Forum, have welcomed the return of the lift, expressing their delight on social media.
During the lift closure, cyclists crossing the bridge have had to carry their bicycles up the stairs.