Frequently Asked Questions
Have any questions about riding the CapeFLYER and getting to your final destination?
The CapeFLYER runs Friday night, Saturday morning, Saturday evening, Sunday morning, and Sunday evening. We hope that you can join us on one of our trips!
See the CapeFLYER train schedule
The CapeFLYER is happy to provide you with many transportation options available to you from the train. There are buses, ferries, shuttles, taxis, and car rentals available to you.
See Upper Cape transportation schedules
The CapeFLYER is happy to provide you with many transportation options to get from the train upon your arrival to your final destination. There are buses, ferries, shuttles, taxis, and car rentals available to you.
See Mid Cape transportation schedules
See Lower Cape transportation schedules
See Outer Cape transportation schedules
The CapeFLYER connects with specific ferries for The Steamship Authority, Hy-Line Cruises and the Island Queen.
See Martha’s Vineyard ferry schedules
There is so much to explore in Cape Cod’s surrounding villages and islands! Enjoy an abundance of art, beaches, culture, attractions and outdoor activities. Dining on Cape Cod is a memorable experience — from traditional Cape Cod cuisine to trendy restaurants, you’ll find the freshest seafood! The Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce has provided helpful information to make your trip to Cape Cod a memorable experience.
Visit our Explore Cape Cod Page
The CapeFLYER service has free Wi-Fi, restrooms, bike storage and luggage storage to offer its customers. We also boast snacks from Cape Cod and the Islands, as well as accessibility to all of our customers.
Read our While on Board page
CapeFLYER welcomes groups of 10 or more. Once you’re ready to book, contact CapeFLYER’s Group Sales Representative, Dede Kiely at (508)-362-8563.
CapeFLYER Pet Policy: Pets are always welcome on the CapeFLYER! Dogs must be properly leashed.