JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — A new bus service is being planned this summer to take people from Jackson to Yellowstone National Park.

Regional transportation cooperative Linx received a $145,000 grant from the Wyoming Department of Transportation earlier this year to subsidize the service and cover administrative costs. The group is still raising matching money for the project.

If the additional money is raised, the service will run from June to September.

Linx General Manager Janice Brown tells the Associated Press that the service will be particularly helpful to tourists and employees who work north of Jackson.

Brown says the bus route will basically feed into the south loops of Yellowstone.