The intersection of Rose Street and Euclid Avenue reopened about 3:30 p.m. Tuesday to traffic in all directions after storm sewer and road repairs were completed, according to Lexington's traffic management center.
Minor cleanup work will be done Tuesday night with no lane closures, according to the center.
After the pipe that carries rain water collapsed, the intersection was partially closed, disrupting traffic in the busy area near the University of Kentucky campus. The city worked to reopen the streets Monday. The sewer line was fixed, but pavement repairs continued Tuesday.
Mark York, a spokesman for the city's department of environmental quality and public works, described the concrete line as 18 to 21 inches in diameter located four to five feet below the street.