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The Massachusetts Department of Transportation is holding its first virtual public information meeting Thursday at 6 p.m., as it studies the feasibility of restoring passenger rail service.
People who travel through the historic Five Corners intersection in South Williamstown had more questions Tuesday about a plan to overhaul it. But no major objections. One takeaway: Make sure not to mess up access to The Store at Five Corners.
The state Department of Transportation is alerting travelers that crews will be paving Pittsfield roads starting Sunday night. The overnight work will continue through June 18.
A delayed experiment to enhance tourist access to the Berkshires will finally roll this summer, five years after a subsidy was secured.
In a reversal, the state Department of Transportation has dropped a $1.9 million effort to reshape a Dalton intersection into a roundabout, after hitting local opposition and conducting more than three years of design work.
The town of Otis just landed a hefty state award that it will use to install sidewalks, as well as benches, picnic tables and bicycle racks.
When people pile onto a video call Thursday hosted by the state Department of Transportation, expect to hear words like “ridership,” “climate,” “equity” and “commuters” mentioned in support of restoring passenger rail service linking North Adams to Boston.
Dalton’s Select Board sided Monday with residents who say they do not want the state Department of Transportation to transform a busy intersection into a roundabout. it isn't the last word, however.
The state Department of Transportation is moving to replace a sick bridge on Holmes Road in Pittsfield by late 2023. Residents say they're happy progress is being made, but wonder why it took so long.
The state stopped taking comments on a proposed Dalton roundabout two months ago. In the town itself, people are just getting warmed up. Residents can now sound off at a special meeting Sept. 14.