Cape Cod Public Transportation
Once on Cape Cod, go to all major destinations on Cape Cod RTA buses. The RTA serves Barnstable, Hyannis, Falmouth, Woods Hole and Orleans and points in between. From any point along the route, you may wave to a bus driver to pick you up. All vehicles have bicycle racks and are accessible to people with disabilities.
Starting Memorial Day weekend, try the new seasonal CapeFLYER weekend train service from Boston to Cape Cod. Amenities include onboard concessions, free Wi-Fi, wheelchair accessibility and passengers can bring their bikes at no charge.
Hyannis Transportation Center is Cape Cod's transportation hub. You can hop on an RTA bus to points on Cape Cod, a bus to Boston or beyond, rent a car, grab a taxi, or take a short shuttle to the Barnstable Municipal Airport or the ferry docks in Hyannis.
Peter Pan Bus Lines
Serves Cape Cod & Islands from Logan International Airport, Boston, New York City and other major cities and towns throughout the Northeast corridor, including Providence, Philadelphia, Baltimore, MD and Washington, DC. Visit our peterpanbus.com for more information on schedules, fares, and to purchase your tickets online! Peter Pan Bus Lines offers state-of-the-art modern coaches, featuring amenities such as free WiFi and power outlets to keep you connected.
Plymouth & Brockton Bus - P&B
Serves Hyannis, Orleans, Provincetown and other Outer Cape towns from Logan Airport, downtown Boston and Plymouth. Visit website for schedule and fares.