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A freight rail company “has agreed” for Amtrak to operate New York City-to-Pittsfield passenger service on its tracks, but Amtrak has not yet agreed to those terms.
The railroad that owns tracks on the proposed Berkshire Flyer route has agreed to allow Amtrak to operate New York City-to-Pittsfield passenger service this summer.
Though a federal board rejected a railroad merger last year, the proposed deal gets a new hearing Thursday. Two Berkshire lawmakers are likely to testify in support of the deal, although U.S. Rep. Richard Neal opposed it in his written testimony.
A hearing will come in January, and a decision may follow in the spring for the proposed acquisition of the rail line that owns the Hoosac Tunnel and operates freight through northern Berkshire County.
Three words that popped onto computer screens Tuesday seemed to capture the terrain ahead, as dozens of civic leaders gathered online to bless…
NORTH ADAMS — With its initial bid to purchase Pan Am Railways recently rejected by federal regulators, CSX Corp. has submitted an amended and…
Public buses run through Berkshire County, but many people don’t even have a way to get to the bus stops.