The city's main bus operators said their services would slowly resume about an hour after the Observatory lowered its storm warning signal on Saturday.
Forecasters replaced the No 8 storm signal with the Standby Signal No 3 at 4:20pm.
New World First Bus and Citybus announced that most of their non-overnight bus routes would start resuming from 5pm, while KMB and Long Win Bus Company said limited services would start from 5:30pm.
The MTR Corporation, meanwhile, said train frequencies would be boosted and its bus services would also resume services.
It said trains would begin running at five-minute intervals on the Island Line and the North Point to Po Lam section of the Tseung Kwan O Line. Waiting time for trains on the Tsuen Wan and Kwun Tong lines would be about four minutes.
Ferry services were also resuming.
Sun Ferry said services between Central and both Cheung Chau and Mui Wo would re-start from 6pm. Inter-island and inner harbour ferry services will only resume on Sunday, however.
Hong Kong and Kowloon Ferry also said some of its services, including ferries from Central to Yung Shue Wan, So Kwu Wan, Peng Chau and Hei Ling Chau, would resume from 6pm onwards.
It added, however, that ferry services between Tsuen Wan West and Park Island will only resume on Sunday morning.