A bus driver has been taken to hospital after the bus he was driving collided with a Tram – causing the Tram to derail near the Airport.
Emergency Services are currently on the scene and dealing with the incident.
Passengers and staff on the Tram were treated for injuries at the scene.
An Edinburgh Trams spokesman said “Early indications suggest that minor injuries have been reported from both the road vehicle and the tram involved.
“We are working with the emergency services to investigate the cause of the incident and would like to offer any support to those affected.”
A Police Scotland spokesperson said “The, male, driver has been taken to hospital after the single-decker bus he was driving was in collision with a tram at Edinburgh Airport shortly before 5.30pm this evening.
“The tram has been derailed from the tracks.
“The bus driver has been taken by ambulance to Edinburgh Royal Infirmary for treatment.
“The extent of his injuries is not known at this time.
“The driver and ticket conductor from the tram were treated at the scene by paramedics and their injuries are not thought to be serious.
“Six passengers on the tram at the time are not believed to be injured and there were no passengers on the bus.
“The bus is used to transport passengers between the long-stay airport car parks and the terminal building.
“A Police Scotland investigation is underway and anyone who was in the area at the time and witnessed the incident is asked to contact Police Scotland via 101.”
There is expected to be disruption to traffic for some time.