A busy summer travel season is about to begin, and Megabus is ramping up its service from Toronto to all kinds of popular destinations.

On May 3rd, Megabus launched daytime hourly trips from between Toronto, Kingston, and Montreal.

There are now 16 daily trips between the cities every Thursday to Monday, and the route also extends to Pearson Airport.

As visitors to Ontario’s natural wonder of Niagara Falls to enjoy the warmer weather, Megabus is tripling its trips between Toronto and The Falls throughout the summer.

Toronto to Niagara Falls buses are now running almost hourly run seven days a week from 5:45 AM to 10:45 PM.

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“With summertime and warmer weather upon us, we’re expecting heavy volumes of travelers in Canada,” said the VP Commercial for Megabus in a press release.

“The demand for travel is rapidly increasing and we’re pleased to be able to offer our customers even more options to meet their individual needs.”

The bus service will also be increasing trips between Toronto, London, and Western University.

There are now twice as many trips running between the two cities and the university from Thursday through Monday, which means eight per day.

Megabus has a wide network of bus routes within Ontario and is said to be among the most affordable and eco-friendly bus services.

The bus service actually serves 500 cities throughout North America.

So if you’re looking for an affordable way to get around this summer, this could be the solution to your budget-friendly travel plans.