On Wednesday, posters warning shopkeepers against opening their shutters as well as public transport operators appeared at several places in the city and elsewhere in the Valley, officials said.
The authorities have directed the Railways to ply the trains between 10 am and 3 pm only due to security reasons.
Over 3,000 heavy motor vehicles (HMVs) and 300 light motor vehicles (LMVs) are stranded at different locations along the highway.
Hundreds of trucks which were stranded on the Highway have started moving towards their respective destinations.
A massive landslide struck the highway at Digdole on Sunday afternoon, covering around 150 metres of the arterial road, leaving thousands stranded.
The highway has mostly remained blocked since last Thursday, when massive snowfall swept Jammu and Kashmir.
Road clearing agencies worked hard to ensure early opening of the road, but the fresh landslide, covering around 100 metres of the road with debris, played spoilsport, officials said.
The traffic on the 270-km highway, the only all-weather road linking Kashmir with rest of the country, was restored in the morning after remaining closed for two days due to heavy snowfall.
4,000 vehicles stranded as J&K highway closed for second consecutive day due to snowfall, landslides
As per reports over 4,000 vehicles, mostly trucks, are stranded at Nagrota, Udhampur, Ramban, Banihal, Sidhra, Samba and Kathua areas on the highway.
A civilian was killed and 35 others were injured as terrorists lobbed a grenade in a busy market area of Srinagar.
The secretariat and other government offices closed in Srinagar on October 25-26 after functioning there for six months.
The weekly-flea market, ‘Sunday Market’ was open as several dozens of vendors set-up their stalls on the TRC Chowk-Jehangir Chowk axis through the Lal Chowk city centre.
The shops and business establishments opened in Srinagar and other parts of the Valley in the morning till 10 am.
Official sources said that there are plans of JeM, LeT and Hizbul Mujahideen to target security personnel in general areas of Srinagar district.
Normal life remained disrupted in Kashmir for the 86th day following abrogation of Article 370 and bifurcation of Jammu and Kashmir into two union territories.