UPDATE: The road has now been cleared.
Emergency services dealt with a bus that caught fire in Dundee city centre.
The fire service received a call at 2.50pm after a fire developed in the engine of a single-deck bus at the “rear of the Wellgate Centre”.
One hose reel jet and one main jet were sent to the scene.
The driver was the only person on board as it was a staff shuttle bus and there were no injuries as a result of the incident.
Police redirected traffic up Hilltown while the incident was being dealt with.
A Stagecoach East Scotland spokeswoman said: “One of our training vehicles, operating on Victoria Road in Dundee was involved in an incident whereby the vehicle developed a fault, and the driver detected smoke coming from the rear of the bus.
“There were no other employees on board the bus and the fire service were contacted for assistance.
“Safety is our priority and we have launched a thorough investigation into the cause of the incident.”