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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.
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.
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.
NORTH ADAMS — With its initial bid to purchase Pan Am Railways recently rejected by federal regulators, CSX Corp. has submitted an amended and…