The M54 junction three eastbound entry slip was closed at around 7am this morning due to debris on the slip road.
Highways England said the debris was bags of concrete that had fallen from a vehicle.
Three Highways England traffic officers were on the scene clearing away the debris so cars could pass through.
Dozens of cars were held up as a result, and the traffic went back to junction four.
At 7.45am, Highways England said: "Update: Traffic has been released on the #M54 J3 #TongVillage eastbound sorry for the inconvenience."
Update:We currently have traffic held on the main carriageway at #M54 J3 #TongVillage to clear this debris which is bags of concrete that have fallen from a vehicle. We have 3 Highways England Traffic Officers on scene clearing this debris and the road should be open soon.— Highways England (@HighwaysWMIDS) September 10, 2020
An hour later fire crews attended a two-car crash on the M54.
The crash happened again at junction at around 8.50am.
A team from Telford Central fire station was sent to the scene, and they used small gear to make the cars safe.