It’s official: the new 1,200-passenger train that will be transporting visitors back and forth from Boston to Cape Cod starting next spring has been christened the CapeFLYER, transit officials announced Wednesday.

After a nearly 25-year absence, Boston to Hyannis rail service will resume on Friday, May 24 — the start of Memorial Day weekend — and run every weekend until Labor Day.

Details on pricing and scheduling are still being hashed out, but Cahir said weekend round-trip tickets will cost about $30 and there will be at least five trips available, each making at least one stop in Buzzards Bay and possibly in Braintree and in Middleboro. Did you hear that tourists? A new way to get on and off the cape! please use it! You clog my bridges!