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Outer Cape Bike Shuttle Now Operating

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Date: June 21, 2012
Contact: George Price, Superintendent, 508-957-0739

This season there is a new bike shuttle service between Marconi Beach Road in Wellfleet, and MacMillan Pier in Provincetown. Following last week's kick-off, the service will operate as a pilot program on weekends through September 2.The shuttles will make stops along the way at beaches, bike trails, bus stops, and town centers, and will operate on a 90 minute schedule.

Cape Cod National Seashore Superintendent George Price said, "The shuttle will provide a valuable service for seashore visitors and neighbors who wish to enjoy the Outer Cape by bike, but who are challenged by both the distance between Wellfleet and Provincetown, as well as riding along busy Route 6." The new service was developed in partnership with the Cape Cod Commission, the National Park Service, and the Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority, which will operate the shuttle service.The first shuttle will leave the pier and travel towards Wellfleet at 8 AM. The last one will leave the pier at 3:30 PM. In the opposite direction, the first shuttle will leave the Marconi Beach Road bus shelter and travel towards Provincetown at 9:30AM. The last one will leave the Marconi bus stop at 5 PM. Fares are $2 per person for adults and youths, $1 for people 60 and older and people with disabilities.

For more information, visit http://www.capecodrta.org/bike-shuttle.htm; or call 800-352-7155.

 

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Did You Know?

The Province Lands, Provincetown, MA

The Province Lands area of the Cape Cod National Seashore in Provincetown is also known as the second-oldest “common lands” in the nation, second only to Boston Common. It was put aside in the 1600s by Plymouth Colony as a fisheries reserve.