Welcome Aboard Your Traffic-Free Train Ride to Cape Cod
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First of all, it's pet-friendly, this enjoyable, easy, relaxing way to get to Cape Cod is already a winner in my book.
Our summer days on the Cape are almost here, and the ever-popular, perfect way to avoid that stressful, headache-inducing traffic is by relaxing and letting the CapeFLYER train service get you to your destination.
This year, 2022, marks 10 years that the CapeFLYER has connected thousands of Cape Cod vacationers between Boston and Hyannis, Massachusetts, with stops in Braintree, Brockton, Middleborough/Lakeville, Wareham Village, Buzzards Bay, and Bourne.
And guess what? The CapeFLYER has added a Friday night departure this year for those of us that can't cut out of work in the middle of a Friday.
When you arrive in Hyannis, there are buses, taxis, and shuttles waiting for you.