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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 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.