CCRTA Set to Unveil Classic Trolley

June 21st at Falmouth Town Hall
The CCRTA's WHOOSH trolley will enter service this week. (CCRTA photo)

From the Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority:

HYANNIS, MA ~ The Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority (CCRTA), is planning to unveil their charming, classic new trolley on Friday, June 21st at the Falmouth Town Hall at 10:00 am. The WHOOSH trolley as it is known will be in service beginning this week providing transportation from the Falmouth Mall to Woods Hole, Massachusetts. This beautiful new vehicle is equipped with a bike rack, brass railings, wooden bench seats and air conditioning but has an open air option as well.

CCRTA Administrator Tom Cahir stated, “I have a special fondness for Falmouth and the WHOOSH has been an important staple for both residents and visitors to travel between Main Street and Woods Hole for years. Starting this summer this attractive new vehicle will provide added comfort for all those utilizing the service.”

The WHOOSH will maintain the same schedule as in previous years and operates between the Steamship Authority terminal and Falmouth Mall. The trolley makes additional stops and passengers can also flag it down along the route where it can safely pull over.

“I cannot express enough how grateful the Chamber of Commerce is to the CCRTA for providing this tremendous asset to our community for the summer tourism season. Not only does the WHOOSH Trolley help reduce traffic in town, but also provides residents and visitors a safe, convenient, and reliable mode of transportation. The Chamber is committed to supporting our member businesses and organizations by referring people and we always recommend using the WHOOSH trolley whether they are going to Woods Hole or up Main Street to the Falmouth Mall area,” said Michael Kasparian, Falmouth Chamber of Commerce President.


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