The Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority is celebrating the 10th anniversary of the Boston to Hyannis train service that was launched in 2013 with a $10 round-trip transportation on any day in June.
The CapeFLYER passenger train offers free Wi-Fi, wheelchair accessibility and pets or bicycles can come aboard at no charge. Reservations are not required.
The CapeFLYER has six stops in between South Station and Hyannis; Braintree, Brockton, Middleborough/Lakeville, Wareham Village, Buzzards Bay and Bourne. The CapeFLYER allows travelers to visit Cape Cod and the Islands for a day, weekend or longer to enjoy beaches, dining, shopping and activities. Bourne and Hyannis stops offer convenient shuttle coordination between the ferries for a trip to Martha’s Vineyard or Nantucket. The CapeFLYER Café Car offers light fare and cocktails courtesy of Blonde on the Run Catering.
“We are very excited to be entering our tenth season of offering visitors and locals transportation to the Cape and Islands without encountering traffic,” said CCRTA Administrator Thomas Cahir. “It’s wonderful to put the Cape’s third bridge (the rail bridge) into use to relieve the congestion summer weekends have on our infrastructure. We have worked closely with the Steamship Authority, Hy-Line and Island Queen ferry operators to provide seamless connections to Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard, “We are excited to offer our loyal passengers this $10 round-trip fare for the entire month of June as a thank you to all of their years of ridership.”
The CapeFLYER will continue to offer its Super Summer Sunday Same-Day Savings fares for Sundays after the June promotion has ended. CapeFLYER also offers half off for seniors with ID or persons with disabilities (See website for details).The CapeFLYER is a service provided by the Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority in conjunction with the MBTA and Keolis.