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The Massachusetts Department of Transportation will be conducting overnight milling and paving operations on sections of Route 8 and Route 9 beginning Tuesday, May 31, through Saturday, June 4.
State transportation officials are preparing next month to kick off a major rehabilitation project that will shutter the Sumner Tunnel from Friday night through Monday morning for three dozen upcoming weekends, then for four continuous months next year, and then for another series of weekends in late 2023.
The state made changes to the light last week.
MassDOT has offered a $187,300 matching grant to Great Barrington, Stockbridge and Egremont for a test run of a one-year “micro-transit” pilot project. The three towns are getting on board for the ride service available to anyone needs it during designated hours, seven days a week.
Massachusetts State Police took a suspect into custody just before 9:20 a.m. today on the Massachusetts Turnpike in the Berkshires, after a pursuit and standoff that closed the highway in both directions.
The Massachusetts Department of Transportation will be holding virtual training sessions on April 21 and April 27 to help applicants prepare for the next round of competitive grants for the Fiscal 2023 Community Transit Grant Program.
“West-east” rail, for state Rep. William “Smitty” Pignatelli, is more than a catchphrase. Unless work for Pittsfield-to-Boston passenger rail begins in Western Massachusetts, the Lenox Democrat says, he does not expect to board that train in his lifetime.
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.