Article originally posted in The Georgia Straight.
Vancouverites without vehicles will have a new way to reach some of the province’s most visited destinations starting this Saturday (June 17), when nonprofit transportation service Parkbus arrives in B.C.
Founded in 2010, the startup operates express bus rides to and from various outdoor sites, so that city dwellers—especially the environmentally minded and those who do not own cars—have an opportunity to access far-off hiking trails, campgrounds, and other recreational spots.
Parkbus will take off in B.C. with bus service to Shannon Falls, Stawamus Chief, Alice Lake, Garibaldi, Joffre Lake, Cypress, and Golden Ears Provincial Parks. The launch comes after a successful pilot run in B.C. last year.
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