Peter Pan Hyannis to Boston bus service begins this week

Bus line now offers daily service between Hyannis, Boston and Logan Airport

Commuters and travelers now have another way of getting to Boston from Cape Cod. Effective this week, Peter Pan is now offering bus service from Hyannis to Boston and Logan Airport. 

The new, daily service officially began on Monday. The Hyannis to Boston route will include stops at both the Barnstable and Sagamore Park and Ride Lots, both of which offer free parking. 

"Bus transportation is the 'greenest' form of travel, as the average bus can remove as many as 55 passenger cars from crowded highways, reducing carbon dioxide emissions as well as reducing stress, according to a statement from Peter Pan.

Peter Pan already offers service connecting Woods Hole, Falmouth and Bourne to Boston and Logan Airport and service connecting Hyannis, Falmouth, Woods Hole and Bourne to Providence, RI and New York, NY.

According to the company's website, Hyannis service to Boston and Logan is available for as low as $8.50. Ticket prices vary based on date and time of travel and available seating, according to the company's website. Tickets may be purchased at PeterPanBus.com

Peter Pan buses are equipped with free WiFi, power outlets and comfortable seating, according to the release.  

The complete service schedule for the Springfield-based bus line is available in PDF form here.

Peter Pan joins the Plymouth & Brockton Street Railway Co. in connecting Hyannis to Boston and Logan by bus. Plymouth & Brockton also offers bus service as far down Cape as Provincetown.  


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