The website for the much-anticipated CapeFLYER, the Boston to Hyannis summer weekend train service, has gone live! The site features official schedules, info on ferry and bus connections, fares, and then some. Adding to the ten things you already know, here are a few new/official/we're-so-excited-that-we-had-to-mention-it-again:
· CapeFLYER service begins on May 24 (after a ceremonial trip on May 18) and will run through September 2.
· The fare for South Station to Hyannis will be $20 one way, $35 round trip.
· CapeFLYER customers will be able to purchase tickets via the CapeFLYER/MBTA app prior to departure of the train or onboard.
· Group discounts on tickets for 10+.
· "Service to the Cape is offered from South Station, Boston and Middleborough on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays with additional service on Saturdays and Sundays from Braintree."
· Yes, the trip really will take over two-hours. But remember, there's going to be a bar, snacks from the Cape & Islands and free Wi-Fi.
· As for Fido, "Dogs must be properly leashed and are not allowed to annoy riders or take up a seat."
· CapeFLYER [official]
· 10 Things to Know About Boston to Hyannis Rail Service [Curbed]
· CapeFLYER Will Make a Ceremonial Trip to Hyannis on May 18 [Curbed]