A car and a tram have crashed on Canberra's light rail network, causing delays across the network, Transport Canberra says.
A government spokesperson said the crash happened after 12.30pm, at the intersection of Northbourne Avenue and Swinden Street.
No injuries have been reported, and emergency crews were at the scene as of 1pm.
The crash forced delays across the light rail network.
A separate crash between two cars near the light rail line north of Well Station Drive in Harrison happened a short time after the first incident, exacerbating some of the delays.
Buses replaced tram services for almost an hour between Nullarbor Avenue and Dickson Interchange, Transport Canberra said.
Services on the network returned to normal after 1.15pm.
Good news! Services are beginning to return to normal, with Light Rail Vehicles now operating between Gungahlin Place & Alinga St, though we are still experiencing some delays.— Transport Canberra (@Transport_CBR) July 16, 2019
We apologise for the inconvenience and thank everyone for their patience. pic.twitter.com/jA2tBgYZw1
An ACT police spokesman said the circumstances behind the incident were being investigated.
Road traffic was affected while emergency crews attended the scene.
The incident is the first between a tram and a car on the network since it opened to passengers in April this year.
The ACT government earlier this year released footage of multiple near misses between cars and trams while testing took place.
A pedestrian was hit by a tram during testing earlier this year.