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When Berkshire Flyer service got the green light this week, it seemed a dream of easier rail trips linking New York City with Berkshire County had been achieved. But simply getting to Berkshire County isn’t the whole story for rail travelers. We follow one family trying to get four miles in Pittsfield without a car.
The Berkshire Regional Transit Authority is losing a grant, and Simon's Rock students and others might lose a loop that takes them downtown and back. The BRTA is proposing other route cuts in town, and changes countywide. A series of public hearings are scheduled.
The Berkshire Regional Transit Authority will be holding public meetings to receive comments on the proposed service changes that would go into effect on July 1.
Would Berkshire County residents use an on-demand ride-sharing service if it were reasonably priced and publicly operated? A countywide survey is asking that question, and the results will help determine what kind of pilot service planners pursue.
Passenger rail service between Berkshire County and New York City could begin in summer 2022, as long as the company that owns part of the tracks agrees to allow Amtrak to operate service on those tracks.
The Berkshire Regional Transit Authority announced Tuesday it will implement service cutbacks starting Sunday due to the nationwide labor shortage.
BRTA officials say a lack of qualified drivers available to operate the "B" buses will result in a reduction of fixed bus routes and paratransit for the next six to eight weeks. Saturday schedules are not affected.
LENOX — A prominent developer of mixed-income housing is set to unveil a proposal for an 8.5-acre portion of the 68-acre Brushwood Farm proper…
BOSTON — While Massachusetts will require that only electric cars be sold in the state by 2035, the pace of electrification in Berkshire Count…