Melbourne's Eastlink freeway has now been fully opened to traffic after a truck rollover that spilled gas cylinders across the busy road forced its closure for about 16 hours.
The freeway was opened in both directions at 6am on Tuesday, just in time for the rush hour.
The rollover on the Eastlink freeway sent gas bottles flying and blocked lanes from 2.30pm on Monday.
The accident happened on the Eastlink road southbound, near the Monash Freeway at Dandenong North, according to VicRoads.
By midnight on Monday, VicRoads announced all Ringwood-bound lanes and the exit ramps from the Monash Freeway had been reopened after the truck was removed.
However, the Eastlink's Frankston-bound lanes remained closed as work continued to repair a gouge in the road surface.
A man was taken to Dandenong Hospital following the crash.
Photos of the scene showed the truck on its side, with domestic-sized gas cylinders strewn across the road and firefighters hosing down vehicles.
Public transport was also brought to a standstill after train lines were suspended or delayed as a result of faults. The Cranbourne and Pakenham line remained suspended on Monday night.