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Bus service to Cape Cod from New York City, Providence RI and Boston is convenient, fairly fast, and reasonably priced.

 

 

My preferred way of traveling from New York City to Cape Cod is via Amtrak train and Peter Pan/Bonanza bus. It's more expensive than bus-all-the-way, but the train is more comfortable, and it can be slightly faster. More...

Buses from New York City

Bonanza Bus, a division of Peter Pan, runs buses from New York City along the Connecticut Shoreline via Mystic CT to Providence RI.

From Providence the route goes via Fall River, New Bedford, Bourne and Barnstable to Hyannis MA.

In the summer tourist season there are six Bonanza buses a day from New York City's Port Authority Bus Terminal to Hyannis.

In summer, Adventure Northeast Transportation Service runs special non-stop buses from New York City to New Bedford, Woods Hole and Hyannis to connect with the ferryboats to Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket. More...

Buses from Providence

From Providence RI, catch the Bonanza bus (about six a day) to Hyannis. The trip from Providence to Hyannis takes about 2 hours, or a bit more.

Buses from Boston MA

Plymouth & Brockton buses depart Boston's South Station Bus Terminal on the 1.5-hour trip to Hyannis.

You should also consider the CapeFLYER trains that run between Boston's South Station and Hyannis in 2-1/2 hours—longer, but more comfortable than the bus. More...



Buses on Cape Cod

Boston - Cape Cod Train

New York - Cape Cod: Train + Bus

Cape Cod Transportation

About Cape Cod

Boston Transportation

Providence Transportation

New York Transportation

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Plymouth & Brockton Bus

Plymouth & Brockton buses run from Boston all the way to Provincetown at the tip of Cape Cod.