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As a town on the edge of everywhere, transportation is a vital part of Yarmouth’s infrastructure. Our town connects two highways, the 101 and the 103, as well as the legendary Evangeline Trail. Shuttle services are available, offering daily round-trip service from Yarmouth to Halifax – picking you up and dropping you off at your desired departure and arrival locations. You can also access taxis and limousines within the town.
Looking for a faster approach? Our modern international airport includes two runways, two taxiways, and separate parking aprons for both commercial and general aviation.

Yarmouth also hosts a ferry that connects Nova Scotia with Portland, Maine! In just 5.5 hours (about half the time it takes to drive), you can soar through the waves in style. Find out more on our Ferry Service page.
For more transportation services (including regular shuttles to and from Halifax), check out our Community Directory.
To see the Yarmouth Transits schedule and route information, check out our Transit Route & Schedule page.

Ferry info

d ferry service to Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard. The ferry acts as the lifeline to the Islands and carries both passengers and freight from Hyannis and Woods Hole in Falmouth. Seasonal ferry service is also provided by the Hy-line Cruise Ship Company.

Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority

Public Buses

The local transit authority (CCRTA) provides year-round local bus services on major routes throughout Cape Cod.

Commuter Bus Service

Commuter Bus Service

Commuter bus service is available in Hyannis and designated park-n-ride lots along Route 6. The Plymouth and Brockton Bus Company runs a daily schedule to Boston and Logan Airport for commuters.

Rail Service

Rail Service is limited to the Cape Cod Central, a scenic rail road tour, and the Mass Coastal, which transfers solid waste to the SEMASS regional disposal center.

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