CAPE COD, Mass. (WBZ NewsRadio) — A brand new premium bus service is launching on Saturday that will shuttle you from Boston directly to the Cape and Islands.
According to Manager Michael Costa, CapeBus is fully equipped with ten rows of plush leather seating, free Wi-Fi, power outlets at every seat, TV monitors and extra leg room.
"You can spread out, you can stretch your legs, you don't need to worry about the person in front of you reclining and going into your knees," Costa said.
The ADA accessible bus launches on Saturday -- with prices of $20 for a one-way ticket and $30 round-trip.
"[We think of it as a] benefit for the region," Costa said. "This isn't necessarily riding in your own car -- [but] there are positives because you're not riding in your own car -- financially and stress-wise."
Costa said it is the "ultimate rideshare experience" because those visiting the Cape can enjoy personal entertainment during the ride.
"[You can] watch the Red Sox beat the Yankees," he said. "Same thing on Sundays in the fall -- throw on the Patriots game."
The service will complete eight round-trips per day between Boston and Logan Airport to Cape Cod, Sagamore, Hyannis and more.
WBZ NewsRadio's Chris Fama (@CFamaWBZ) reports.