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On summer weekends, CapeFLYER trains connect Boston's South Station and the Hyannis Transportation Center on Cape Cod.



CapeFLYER trains operate between Boston and Hyannis MA on Cape Cod on summer weekends.

Service starts in time for Memorial Day in May, and continues past Labor Day into September.

Trains depart Boston's South Station on Friday evening, Saturday morning and Sunday morning, and return from the Hyannis Transportation Center on Saturday and Sunday evenings.

Supervised by the Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority (CCRTA), the trains follow the normal MBTA Commuter Rail Old Colony Lines train route from Boston's South Station to Lakeville, then continue to Cape Cod, stopping also at Buzzards Bay, and terminating at Hyannis.

The trip takes 2-1/2 hours, each way.

The train hauls a snack-and-bar car, and a bicycle car for bringing your bike with you.

Download the Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority's free Cape Cod Transportation Map, including the Cape Cod Rail Trail.

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Hyannis transportation Center, Hyannis MA on Cape Cod

Above, Hyannis Transportation Center
on Cape Cod.





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