Special schedules on certain lines Monday, weekend train service to Cape Cod begins Friday
BOSTON – May 27, 2021 – Keolis Commuter Services (Keolis), the MBTA’s operating partner for Commuter Rail, is reminding passengers that train service will be provided on most lines Monday, Memorial Day.
On Monday, May 31, Commuter Rail will operate regular weekend schedules on the Fairmount, Newburyport/Rockport, Providence and Worcester Lines. Additionally a weekend level of service will be provided on the Fitchburg, Franklin, Greenbush, Haverhill, Kingston and Lowell Lines which do not currently operate on weekends. Passengers can find schedules for these lines by visiting mbta.com/holidays. Typical for holidays, there will be no service on the Needham or Stoughton Lines.
Additionally, CapeFLYER train service between Boston and Hyannis will return on Friday, May 28. During the summer season, the CapeFLYER will make one round trip daily Friday through Sunday beginning at Boston’s South Station, and will make stops in Braintree, Brockton, Middleboro/Lakeville, Wareham Village, Buzzards Bay, Bourne and Hyannis. This Memorial Day Weekend the train also runs Monday, May 31. Tickets may be purchased on the mTicket app or at the South Station ticket office. For more information about CapeFLYER, passengers can visit www.capeflyer.com.
Seating in all coach cars on all trains will continue to be available to allow for social distance between passengers. Passengers are reminded that face coverings are required when riding any MBTA service or when in stations, to stay home if they are feeling unwell and to wash their hands frequently. In addition to regular cleaning, trains are sanitized every 24 hours and many as frequently as every 12 hours. For additional information, please visit mbta.com/coronavirus or mass.gov/COVID19.