The Massachusetts Association of Regional Transit Authorities (MARTA) has a membership of all 14 RTAs in the state. Each RTA Administrator is a member of the Executive Board, as is four Associate Members, including one representing a not-for-profit organization. The website address for more information is

The Massachusetts Rural Transportation Assistance Program (MArtap) administers training and financial assistance programs to agencies providing transportation in rural communities. The BRTA Administrator currently serves on the MArtap Committee. Their website address is

The Berkshire Regional Planning Commission (BRPC) is a not-for-profit organization that conducts regional plans for transportation, land use, and other related projects in the Berkshires. Their website address is

County Ambulance is a for-profit accessible transportation provider and contractor for the Americans with Disabilities (ADA) transportation and chair-car transportation programs administered by the BRTA. Their website address is

The Green Mountain Community Network, Inc., a private not-for-profit organization was founded in early 2007, to manage the Green Mtn. Express, which has safely and efficiently provided transportation services in and around Bennington County, VT since 1985. The Orange Line (Monday - Friday 6:25AM - 6:53PM) serves Bennington, Shaftsbury, Arlington, Sunderland, Manchester, Pownal and Williamstown, MA via route 7A (north from Bennington and south from Manchester)