A new bus service route is offering trips to London, Ontario, from downtown Toronto. FlixBus, which launched in Canada back in April, began with routes to Ottawa and Niagara, and it’s now expanding to offer service to London.

The new daily service line in Ontario begins on June 30, just in time for Canada Day.

FlixBus says that the Toronto-London route will have two stops that include Western University and downtown, and a stop in Hamilton at McMaster University.

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For those wondering, currently the cost of a one-way ticket starts at $15.99, and that price is available throughout the month of July.

FlixBus began with its express route from Toronto to Ottawa, and also has a Niagara Falls-Toronto line including a stop in St. Catharines, as well as a more comprehensive local line with stops including Waterloo (University of Waterloo), Kitchener (Downtown), Guelph, Mississauga and Toronto.

According to the company, its new buses offer free WiFi, power outlets at every seat, and has a FlixBus App for booking.