Put simply, Parkbus is a scheduled bus service between four major Canadian cities and various parks and other wilderness destinations. However, the benefits of this connection - world’s first dedicated city-to-park transit system - are more far reaching than this simplicity might suggest. First, the service reduces traffic pressure on Canada’s most popular wilderness destinations, with one of its coaches taking up to 45 vehicles off the road. However, its real innovation is the access it offers to those less able to enjoy Canada’s natural treasures, through schemes such as ActiveDays, a community trips program supporting young adults that lack social connections, and NatureLink, a program which provides subsidised transportation to outdoor spaces to new immigrants, immersing them in the Canadian outdoor experience. Since its launch in 2013, the Parkbus programme has grown rapidly, and its replicability has already been proven by the launch of two new pilot routes in Mexico City.