That time they restarted service to Cape Cod
Memorial Day weekend brought the return of the CapeFlyer, the MBTA’s rail service from Boston to Hyannis.
Commuter trains have traveled the route intermittently since 1854, according to a story by the Globe. Despite its history of financial troubles, the MBTA said it believed the popularity of the destination and ease of travel would keep this iteration of the route in the black.
The CapeFlyer is scheduled to run Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from Memorial Day to Labor Day. One-way trips are about two hours and 40 minutes.