Welcome aboard the CapeFLYER, a summer weekend passenger train that runs from Memorial Day to Labor Day from South Station to Hyannis, with stops in Braintree, Brockton, Middleborough/Lakeville, Wareham Village and Buzzards Bay.

The CapeFLYER’s no-traffic worries train service offers a relaxing and comfortable ride with all the comforts you would expect onboard a passenger train — onboard concessions, free Wi-Fi, wheelchair accessibility and you can even bring your pet or your bike for FREE! Reservations are never required, there are plenty of seats available and no one will be turned away. Extra coaches are also added for holiday weekends.

Kids 12 and under ride FREE when accompanied by a paying adult. Seniors and disabled can ride for 1/2 off the regular full fare with a Senior CharlieCard or Transportation Access Pass CharlieCard (MBTA Senior CharlieCard info here)!

In addition to a convenient trip to Cape Cod, the CapeFLYER has coordinated with ferry services to provide convenient connections to and from Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard. Local buses are available upon arrival in Buzzards Bay and Hyannis so you’ll be able to proceed to your destination. Visit our My Final Destination pages, where you’ll find available transportation to get from the train to your final destination.

 

EXTRA HOLIDAY TRAIN
For Labor Day weekend travelers, CapeFLYER will be running on the Saturday/Sunday schedule on Monday, September 7th.
Please see the schedules page for train times.
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Schedules & Fares

CapeFLYER South Station to Boston - Boston to Cape Cod - See Schedule and FaresThe CapeFLYER is available Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day with transportation to Hyannis from South Station with stops in between. Service is not available weekdays.
» Train schedule and fares

Purchase Tickets

Buy your CapeFLYER tickets on your smartphone!CapeFLYER tickets are available for purchase at South Station, from a train conductor onboard the CapeFLYER or in advance on the official MBTA mTicket App.

» More about MBTA mTicket App

Ferries to Nantucket

Nantucket MA, Travel here via the Ferry after your CapeFLYER Train Ride!Including Nantucket to your trip to Cape Cod and the Islands is easy, quick and enjoyable! Transportation to the docks from the Hyannis Transportation Center is available by ferry shuttle or trolley!
»  Ferry schedules to Nantucket

Ferries to Martha’s Vineyard

Martha's Vineyard MA, Travel here via the Ferry after your CapeFLYER Train Ride!The CapeFLYER makes your transfer from the train to the docks easy so that you can get connected to the Martha’s Vineyard ferries from Falmouth Harbor, Woods Hole or Hyannis.
»  Ferry schedules from Falmouth Harbor, Woods Hole and Hyannis

CapeFLYER Train Route

2015 CapeFLYER Route Ride comfortably aboard the CapeFLYER  from South Station to Hyannis, with stops in Braintree, Brockton, Middleborough/Lakeville, Wareham Village and Buzzards Bay.
»  View Map

Reduced Fares

The CapeFLYER offers Group Pricing for train faresThe CapeFLYER now offers 50% off fares for Seniors with the Senior CharlieCard and persons with disabilities with the Transportation Access Pass CharlieCard.  Group fare discounts are also available for groups of 10 or more. »  See Details

Bike Shuttle

Ride the CCRTA Bike Shuttle to the Cape Cod Rail Trail Bike beyond the Rail Trail to village centers in Wellfleet, Truro, and Provincetown and trails in the Cape Cod National Seashore (CCNS). The CCRTA shuttle will connect you to the Outer-Cape!
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Hyannis Trolley

Ride the Cape Cod Trolley through Hyannis Explore downtown Hyannis when you ride the Hyannis trolley! Available June 20th to Labor Day, Riders can request stops at the JFK Museum, Cape Cod Carousel, Kalmus Beach and more.
» Hyannis Trolley Schedule

Ride Comfortably Aboard the CapeFLYER!

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