Schedule, Fares & Route Map

The CapeFLYER’s Boston to Cape Cod weekend passenger train service is offered Friday evenings, Saturdays and Sundays from from May 28th through September 6th (Labor Day) with transportation to Hyannis from South Station. Scheduled travel time is 2 hours and 20 minutes. Reservations are not required. When you arrive on Cape Cod, you’ll have access to bus connections, island ferries and airlines.

Super Summer Sunday Savings Fares!  Cost $20, good for round-trip, same-day travel on Sundays only.  Available for purchase on the MBTA mTicket app on Sundays.

to Hyannis
3:55PM South Station
4:13PM Braintree
4:41PM Middleborough/Lakeville
5:00PM Wareham Village
5:10PM Buzzards Bay
5:15PM Bourne
6:25PM Hyannis
to Boston
7:40PM Hyannis
8:35PM Bourne
8:40PM Buzzards Bay
8:50PM Wareham Village
9:10PM Middleborough/Lakeville
9:44PM Braintree
10:10PM South Station
Boston to Hyannis SATURDAY/SUNDAY
7:40AM South Station
7:58AM Braintree
8:26AM Middleborough/Lakeville
8:45AM Wareham Village
8:55AM Buzzards Bay
9:00AM Bourne
10:05AM Hyannis
Hyannis to
6:10PM Hyannis
7:05PM Bourne
7:10PM Buzzards Bay
7:20PM Wareham Village
7:40PM Middleborough/Lakeville
8:10PM Braintree
8:35PM South Station

CapeFLYER Fares

CapeFLYER tickets are available for purchase in advance on the official MBTA mTicket App (Apple App Store), (Google Play) and at the South Station ticket booth. Kids 11 and under ride FREE when accompanied by a paying adult. Seniors and persons with disabilities can ride for 1/2 off the regular full fare with a Senior CharlieCard or Transportation Access Pass CharlieCard.

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One Way Round Trip Depart/Arrive Stations
$22 $40 South Station/Braintree to Hyannis
$20 $35 South Station/Braintree to Wareham/Buzzards Bay/Bourne
$5 $8 Middleborough/Wareham/ Buzzards Bay/Bourne to Hyannis
Add $10 First Class
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CapeFLYER Route