Dozens of taxi drivers on Monday night ended their sit-in partially blocking the 6 October Bridge.
The over ten-hour protest was to call for the cancellation of car-payment instalments.
Taxi drivers were required to exchange their old black and white taxis for new white vehicles. The drivers claim this placed them under a heavy burden because they must pay for the car in instalments even if they cannot work.
This is the second sit-in by taxi drivers over the same demand.
The first protest blocked the 6 October Bridge in early April.
Both sit-ins ended peacefully after negotiations with security forces.
Egypt has seen numerous strikes and sit-ins in the two years since the January 25 Revolution that toppled former president Hosni Mubarak.