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Cape Cod Traffic Reports & Car Travel Tips
Traffic is a big factor in getting around on Cape Cod. Even in the off-season traffic can be a factor. Try to plan your trip to and from the Cape to avoid traffic congestion, especially at both the…
Cape Cod Shuttle
Cape Cod Shuttle..for all of your transportation needs on and off Cape Cod Whether you need a safe ride for that special event, or a night on the town we provide comfortable transport for just…
What are the busiest tourist weekends on Cape Cod?
Alex asks: Which are the busiest tourist weekends on the Cape please? The big three weekends are…
Getting to Cape Cod from Logan Airport & Public Transportation
Here are a couple questions I received from a visitor coming to Cape Cod from Europe regarding transportation from Boston to the Cape and the availability of public transportation on Cape Cod.
Cape Cod Evacuation Route: West may not be best
Everyone has seen those blue evacuation route signs on the westbound exit ramps and on Route 6 West. Depending on the cause for the evacuation, you may want to seek an alternate route.
Route 132. Wow, what an improvement. It is hard to believe that it is the same road and it was completed so quickly.
Railroad Resurgence: Was The Cape Cod Rail Trail Shortsighted?
Did Cape Cod make a mistake by tearing up the railroad tracks to build bicycle trails? As fuel prices continue to be unstable and the nation’s highways become more congested, transportation experts…
Cape Cod Railroad
The first railroad to serve the Cape was started in 1847, and ran as far as Sandwich. Ten years later it was extended to Barnstable and Yarmouth. It was originally called the Cape Cod Branch of the…
Ferry to Nantucket Island
Take the ferry from Hyannis or Harwich to Nantucket Island. Three companies offer high speed passenger ferries and one offers year round vehicle ferry services to Nantucket.
Cape Cod Scenic Tours
Welcome to Cape Cod Scenic Tours! Cape Cod Scenic Tours, based in the mid Cape, specializing in sightseeing tours throughout Cape Cod. Our sightseeing tours are fun filled and leave each visitor…
Take Route 6A To See Old Cape Cod
On June 15th 1950, the State of Massachusetts opened the first section of highway known as the Mid-Cape Highway running from the Sagamore Bridge to approximately 3 miles west of Hyannis. Today Route…
Driving Directions From New York City to Cape Cod
If driving to Cape Cod from NY City, you are going to take Interstate 95 North through Connecticut and Providence then take Interstate 195 East to Route 25. You will enter the Cape over the Bourne Bridge…
Boston to Provincetown Fast Ferry
This summer, make the trip between Boston and Provincetown in speed and style. Forget about
Peddling Over The Ocean Roads
There were few roads in early New England. Travel was slow and difficult. But there was always the ocean. And there were always men to build ships that could trade along the coast.
Names That Fascinate
From the Cape Cod Canal all down the Cape to the tip where Provincetown clusters its old houses and people, there are only fifteen towns. Yet many of these towns have “villages,” and many…
Riding In The Old Surrey
In the good old days of yesteryear on the Cape, people sometimes went driving or riding to meetin’ or elsewhere in a fringed-top surrey. The surrey was a light pleasure carriage, the two forward…
Three Bridges Over the Cape Cod Canal
The three bridges leading to the Cape over the Cape Cod Canal are the Sagamore, Bourne, and railroad bridges. All were built in the mid-thirties, during depression days.
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