One of the new Glider buses running in Belfast has become stuck in the east of the city while trying to turn a corner, causing delays in the area.
The incident happened in Dundonald on Monday afternoon. The bus has since been moved.
Operator Translink said the vehicle had been using a diversionary route and that engineers helped to move it.
There were no passengers on board and Glider services were running as normal, the company said.
“To maintain service frequency, a Glider vehicle, which was not in service, was turning in Dundonald in order to commence service in the opposite direction,” Translink said.
“It was operating on a diversionary route/junction that is regularly used by Gliders.”
The £90m Belfast Rapid Transit Glider service became fully operational on 3 September.
The Glider buses, which have been described as “trams on wheels”, link east Belfast, west Belfast and the Titanic Quarter with the city centre.
- They are 59ft (18m) long and have three doors
- They can carry 105 passengers
- The service will operate every seven to eight minutes throughout the working day
- More than 100 Glider halts have been installed
- There are 30 vehicles servicing the route with free onboard wifi and USB charging facilities