Sandwich: 16 miles
(26 km, 30 minutes) NW
Falmouth: 23 miles (37 km, 45 minutes) SW
Provincetown: 50 miles (81 km, 1.25 hours)
Follow US 6 to Exit 7 (Willow Street). At the end
of the ramp, go south on Willow Street toward the
airport and Hyannis.
Hyannis's Barnstable County
Airport is the busiest airport on Cape
Cod, with regular
flights to Boston, Nantucket,
and connecting flights via Boston.
The airport is on the northern outskirts
of Hyannis at the traffic-circle ("rotary") intersection
of MA 28 & 132, 6/10 mile (1 km) NW of the
Transportation Center, which is only 200 yards/meters
from the town center.
Several companies based here offer
planes for charter.
Iyannough Road, corner of Main and Center Streets,
MA 02601, tel 508-775-8504, email@example.com)
Cod Regional Transit Authority is the
transportation heart of Cape
Cod, the terminus for Greyhound/Bonanza buses
to Providence and New
York City, Plymouth & Brockton buses
to Plymouth and Boston,
RTA buses to other towns on
Cape Cod, taxis,
to Barnstable County Airport (see above)
docks (see below).
Here's information on how
to travel between Hyannis and New York City by
bus, and by
train and bus (faster).
The Transportation Center is only
a block (200 yards/meters) from Hyannis's Main
and a half mile (800 meters, a 10-minute
walk with light luggage) from Hy-Line
Street ferry docks.
Hyannis has two main docks, at the foot of Ocean
Street for Hy-Line Cruises passenger
ferries to Nantucket,
and at the foot of Pleasant Street for
the passenger and car ferries operated by the Steamship
Shuttle buses connect
Transportation Center to the ferry docks, but
you can walk there in about 10 minutes if your
luggage is not heavy.
In summer, Adventure
Northeast Transportation Service runs
special non-stop buses from New
York City to Hyannis MA
to connect with the ferryboats to Nantucket. More...
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