"New Bourne Stop Adding To CapeFlyer Success
"The number of cars attached to the weekend CapeFlyer train has been increased, and the new Bourne stop on the south side of the canal is a big reason why. That was according to Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority Administrator Thomas S. Cahir.
"Mr. Cahir said that, over the weekend of August 9 through 11, the MBTA added another bi-level car to the CapeFlyer at the request of the transit authority. Two weeks earlier, for the first time, the train was loaded with passengers. That prompted the request for another train car, Mr. Cahir said...
"Kathy Jensen, consumer affairs manager for the CCRTA, pointed out that last weekend the CapeFlyer carried 500 more passengers than it had the same weekend last year. Ms. Jensen added that through last weekend, the CapeFlyer has serviced 11,652 passengers. Through the same period of time a year ago, the train had serviced 10,135 customers, she said..."