|The bus boarding area.|
|The waiting area.|
|Ignore that shelter, you don't actually get on there.|
|A CapeFlyer train at the station.|
Ridership: Well, I don't have any numbers for the station itself, but I do know that the CCRTA as a company carried 550,000 passengers in 2010. That's...not very much. As for the CapeFlyer, it carried about 12,600 passengers in 2014, which is great, considering its schedule.
Pros: The waiting area is fantastic, and the bus boarding area is semi-fantastic. That said, when the former is so good, I don't think the latter needs benches. All it really needs is good signage, and that's what it has.
Cons: The CapeFlyer platform is barebones, but again, you can just wait in the waiting room. Plus, it's high-level, which is a good thing.
Nearby and Noteworthy: Hyannis is probably the biggest business center on the Cape, except maybe for Provincetown. The downtown is a short walk from the station.
Final Verdict: 8/10
This place is pretty nice! Well, the station, at least (I didn't actually walk to downtown Hyannis). The waiting room is by far the best part, with its high ceilings, plentiful lights, and many benches. The bus boarding area has good signage, which is all you need, and though the CapeFlyer platform is bland, it is high floor. Overall, this is a good little terminal.