TRAFFIC lights were repaired in Huddersfield town centre last night, after being out of action for two-and-a-half days.
The lights at the junction of Market Street and High Street failed at lunchtime on Sunday.
They were restored at midnight last night.
The problem was initially caused by a power fault.
The supply was reconnected at 8.30pm last night, but a further fault was then found with the lights.
Dennis Beever, traffic signals group manager for Kirklees Council, said: "The fault was initially caused by a failure in power by the electricity company and was out of our control.
"Normally when the power is restored the junction lights come on again but sometimes a power failure can cause a fault to the traffic-light controller.
"We had to pass this on to the traffic signals maintenance company who responded quickly and the lights were working again at about midnight."