Hyannis, MA, May 5, 2022 – The Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority is set to launch its 10th season of the CapeFLYER. The CapeFLYER’s schedule is returning to a later departure on Friday evenings allowing Boston’s workforce to have time to make it to catch the train. Hy-Line is also accommodating this 8:20 p.m. Hyannis arrival so passengers can catch the last boat to Nantucket at 8:40 p.m. Steamship shuttles meet all trains at the Bourne stop to take passengers to the docks at Woods Hole. Cape Cod RTA buses have schedules that meet trains in both locations to points all over the Cape. SmartDART, an app based on-demand ride-hail service similar to Uber and Lyft is available in Hyannis and Yarmouth. Download at https://ccrtasmartdart.com/downloadapp.html. Blonde on the Run Catering will be back to operate CapeFLYER’s iconic café car offering light refreshments and adult beverages. As an added convenience, you can pre-order specialty items like Lobster Rolls and Charcuterie Boards at capeflyer.com. The unique bicycle car will again be part of the train set with racks for close to 50 bicycles and a tool kit for passengers to use to give their bikes a tune up during the ride. Every year, the CapeFLYER works with different organizations throughout the Cape to market events such as the Falmouth Road Race, Figawi, Love Live Local, various festivals and more. The Sunday of Memorial Day weekend, Veterans are invited to ride for free to be shuttled to the Troops in the Spotlight event by Cape Cod Cares for the Troops. Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2022-memorial-day-weekend-celebration-of-our-veterans-tickets-316643097027. The CapeFLYER is a unique partnership between the Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority, the Massachusetts Department of Transportation and the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority. Visit www.Capeflyer.com for schedules and information.