Welcome aboard the CapeFLYER, where you can relax and ride comfortably from Boston to Cape Cod on weekend passenger train service from Memorial Day to Labor Day! Amenities include: on-board concessions, free Wi-Fi, wheelchair accessibility and you can even bring your bike for FREE! Not sure how to get around Cape Cod? There are many transportation connections available to get from the train to your final destination. ___________________________________________________________________________
Easy to get to, and easy to get around. Accessible by car, bus, rail, boat and air, Massachusetts has an array of travel options available to you.
SkyNet Aviation Group (SAG)
Adam K. Hasiak
800-929-5387 EXT 113
The SAG network allows us to easily adapt to the uncertainty and last minute scheduling that our clients experience on a daily basis. By creating the SAG Network, it gives us the ability to be very resourceful with any given itinerary. We are not constrained to a fixed set of aircraft in one particular area but have a multitude of aircraft models strategically placed around the state of Massachusetts.
Private service to Massachusetts airports
Amtrak is the best way to begin your trip to Massachusetts.
Convenient Amtrak service, featuring high-speed Acela Express and the Northeast Regional train from Washington, D.C.; Philadelphia; New York; and New Haven, Connecticut, provide a fast ride with wide, comfortable seats, appetizing café menus and all the charm of scenic New England just outside your window.
Amtrak provides service to Boston (Westwood, Back Bay Station and South Station), Framingham, Worcester, Springfield, Amherst and Pittsfield.
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The Downeaster departs from North Station in Boston and makes several stops in southern New Hampshire and southern Maine on it's way to Portland.
The T runs daily service on buses, boats, trains and trolleys throughout Boston and surrounding towns. Stations can be identified by a black T on a white circular sign: .
Purchase fare on a CharlieTicket with cash, debit or credit card at fare-vending machines in any station or aboveground trolley stop, or with cash only at a bus farebox. One bus or train ride is $1.50 - $3.50 depending on mode and transfers. Children 11 or under ride free with a paying adult, while customers 65 and over pay a reduced fare. The MBTA Web site has information more about fares, schedules, routes and the automated fare equipment.
Visitors benefit from multi-day LinkPasses for unlimited bus, train, trolley and Inner Harbor Ferry access for one ($9.00) or seven ($15.00) days effective from date of purchase. Passes are available at any in-station or Logan Airport fare-vending machine or at vendors throughout the city. For information about fares, schedules, routes, sales locations, group sales information, and automated fare equipment visit mbta.com.
MassTransit is the first and only app to give you quick access to all of Boston's bus, commuter rail, and ferry schedules with no need for an internet connection. The schedules are stored in your iPhone or iPod Touch for quick access anytime, anywhere. Download the app from Sparkfish Creative.
OpenMBTA will show you today's remaining scheduled arrival times for MBTA buses, subway trains, commuter rail lines, and ferries. It also has a section that shows you the latest T Alerts, which are service delay announcements from the MBTA.
Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA)
617-222-3200, 800-392-6100 TTY 617-222-5146
Berkshire Regional Transit Authority
The Berkshire Regional Transit Authority provides public transportation services to its 24 member communities within Berkshire County, the western most region of Massachusetts.
Brockton Area Transit Authority
BAT’s fixed route service connects neighboring communities and the Central Business District in Boston, as well as major industrial parks, three colleges, medical facilities, shopping centers and area commuter rails.
Cape Ann Transit Authority
including additional services to Danvers and Peabody Malls and in Ipswich, Essex and Beverly.
Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority
providing public transportation services for all 15 Cape Cod communities including Barnstable, Bourne, Brewster, Chatham, Dennis, Eastham, Falmouth, Harwich, Mashpee, Orleans, Provincetown, Sandwich, Truro, Wellfleet and Yarmouth. The CCRTA owns and operates the Hyannis Transportation Center in downtown Hyannis and the new state of the art CCRTA Operations and Maintenance Facility in South Dennis.
Franklin Regional Transit Authority
The FRTA currently serves 40 communities throughout Franklin, Hampden, Hampshire and Worcester Counties.
Greater Attleboro Taunton Regional Transit Authority (GATRA)
GATRA provides affordable fixed-route bus service in Attleboro, Duxbury, Franklin, Kingston, Mansfield, Middleborough, North Attleboro, Norton, Plainville, Plymouth, Raynham, Taunton, and Wareham.
Lowell Regional Transit Authority
Providing service to Lowell and surrounding towns
Martha's Vineyard Transit Authority
The only year round Island-wide public transportation system on Martha's Vineyard.
Merrimack Valley Transit Authority
The MVRTA's Fixed Route bus service area includes Andover, Amesbury, Haverhill, Lawrence, Merrimac, Methuen, Newburyport and North Andover. The Authority also provides service to the Lowell Transit Center for connections with the Lowell Regional Transit Authority
MetroWest Regional Transit Authority
Serving the communities of Ashland, Framingham, Holliston, Hopkinton, Marlborough, Natick, Sherborn, Southborough, Sudbury, Wayland, Weston.
Montachusett Regional Transit Authority
Fixed routes include Fitchburg/Leominster/Gardner; Lunenburg(Massachusetts Ave Area)& Lancaster(Orchard Hill Plaza Area)
Nantucket Regional Transit Authority
THE WAVE provides island-wide seasonal fixed route bus service from Madaket to Sconset, Surfside to Jetties beaches, The Nantucket Airport, downtown Nantucket and the Mid Island area.
Pioneer Valley Regional Transit Authority
Serving 24 Member Communities Throughout the Pioneer Valley: Agawam, Amherst, Belchertown, Chicopee, Easthampton, East Longmeadow, Granby, Hadley, Hampden, Holyoke, Leverett, Longmeadow, Ludlow, Northampton, Palmer, Pelham, South Hadley, Springfield, Sunderland, Ware, Westfield, West Springfield, Wilbraham, Williamsburg
Southeastern Regional Transit Authority
Service area includes: Acushnet, Dartmouth, Fairhaven, Fall River, Freetown, Mattapoisett, New Bedford, Somerset, Swansea, Westport
Worcester Regional Transit Authority
Areas served by fixed route: Auburn, Brookfield, East Brookfield, Leicester, Millbury, Oxford, Shrewsbury, Spencer, Webster, West Boylston, Worcester
Bus service is widely available throughout Massachusetts. The bus terminals in Boston are South Station, Atlantic Avenue; and Back Bay Station, Dartmouth Street.
To help you get to and around Cape Cod and the Islands, click Smart Guide for your free Smart Guide to Transportation.
To Cape Cod (Barnstable Municile Airport, Hyannis) Served by Cape Air/Nantucket Airlines, Island Air, US Airways Express
To Cape Cod (Provincetown Airport)
Served by Cape Air/Nantucket Airlines
To Martha's Vineyard Served by Cape Air/Nantucket Airlines, US Airways Express
To Nantucket Served by Cape Air/Nantucket Airlines, Continental, Island Airlines, US Airways Express
Cape Air/Nantucket Airlines 800-352-0714
Coastal Air Charter 888-359-2785, 978-927-5005
Desert & Island Air Charter 800-835-9135
Direct Flight 508-693-6688
Heliops Helicopters 781-934-7079
Linear Air 877-254-6327
Ocean Wings 800-346-2140
Island ferries are seasonal except where indicated by (YR). Only the Steamship Authority transports vehicles to Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket Island. Space is limited; reservations are required and should be made far in advance. Reservations are not required for passengers, bicycles, and motorcycles. If you plan to leave your car on Cape Cod, parking is avaialble for a fee at the Steamship Authority docks. For more infformation click on islandferry.com.
From Boston to Provincetown (high-speed and regular)
Baystate Cruise Company, 866-683-3779-, 617-748-1428
From Boston to Provincetown (high-speed)
Boston Harbor Cruises, 877-SEE-WHALE, 617-227-4321
From New Bedford to Wood's Hole
New Bedford/Woods Hole Ferry, 508-992-0200
From Plymouth to Provincetown (high-speed)
Capt. John Boats, 800-242-2469
From Woods Hole to Vineyard Haven (YR)
Steamship Authority, 508-477-8600, 508-693-9130
From Hyannis to Oak Bluffs
From Falmouth to Edgartown
Falmouth-Edgartown Ferry, 508-548-9400
From Falmouth to Oak Bluffs
Island Queen, 508-548-4800
From Nantucket to Oak Bluffs
From Quonset Point, RE to Oak Bluffs
Vineyard Fast Ferry, 401-295-4040
From New Bedford to Oak Bluffs and Vineyard Haven (YR)
New England Fast Ferry Company, 866-453-6800, 617-748-1428
All ferries arrive and depart from Nantucket Harbor.
Freedom Cruise Line, 508-432-8999
From Hyannis (YR)
Steamship Authority, 508-477-8600
From Hyannis (High-speed catamaran) (YR)
Steamship Authority, 508-477-7447, 508-477-8600
From Hyannis (high-speed catamaran) (YR)
From Oak Bluffs, Martha's Vineyard
From New Bedford (YR)
Cuttyhunk Ferry Company, 508-992-0200
Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority,
Logan Airport and South Station to Rockland, Plymouth, Sagamore, Hyannis, Provincetown and other local stops on Cape Cod. Connections in Hyannis to ferries serving Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket.
Plymouth & Brockton Street Railway Co, 508-746-0378
From Boston to Hyannis, Provincetown, and local stops on Cape Cod
Peter Pan Bonanza Bus, 888-751-8800
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