Traffic was almost back to normal near the Causeway Bay flyover yesterday, the fourth day of rerouting to allow construction work. Despite a serious traffic jam during heavy rain in the afternoon, drivers appeared to have become used to the changes and there were fewer cases of confused motorists making illegal lane changes. 'The traffic was more or less like on normal days. There are still a lot of cars but it's always been like that,' a Transport Department spokesman said. The congestion had eased, with the longest eastbound traffic queue on Gloucester Road ending at Admiralty. But changes to two bus stops, made on Monday in an effort to ease congestion, had some passengers confused yesterday. The stops for Citybus route 70 and First Bus route 2 were moved from Gloucester Road to Hennessy Road. The route changes are to make way for construction of a two-lane flyover to ease traffic jams around the Cross-Harbour Tunnel. The work is expected to take two years. In contrast to the earlier confusion, fewer motorists were seen crossing double white lines, although some drivers still seemed confused and hesitant when choosing lanes to Causeway Bay and North Point. Radio talk show callers and some officials were critical of the Transport Department's planning, saying emergency measures were necessary because there had not been enough preparation before the rerouting.