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Berkshire Regional Transit Authority (BRTA) is one of 15 regional transit authorities in Massachusetts. Each one helps people get to work, to school, to doctors’ appointments, to the grocery store, to visit family, and more. Collectively, we believe that public transit is the most efficient way to move people as they go about their daily lives.

BRTA serves 27 communities and covers an area as large as Rhode Island. We provide fixed route and on-demand service for older adults and people with disabilities. We transport people six days a week, with limited evening and no Sunday service. We agree with the Mass Governor’s Commission on the Future of Transportation assessment that “well-run, far reaching and sustainable public transportation is critical to the future of the Commonwealth.”


The BRTA Administrator and Deputy Administrator lead the day-to-day operations. Oversight is provided by an Advisory Board, comprised of leaders from 27 communities. Beyond administrative oversight of day to day operations, BRTA leadership actively participates in the region’s ongoing revitalization efforts.

Civil Rights Programs

Disadvantaged Business Enterprise policy statement
Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program
Title VI Non-Discrimination Policy
Limited English Proficiency Plan

Doing Business with BRTA

We invite you to review all current Requests for Proposal (RFPs) and current BRTA advertising opportunities and rates.

Open Government

BRTA fully subscribes to all open government tenants. We operate for the public good and post all meetings, reports, financial records for public access.

Joseph Scelsi Intermodal Transit Center (ITC)

Easy walking distance from Pittsfield’s central business district, the ITC centralizes access to all modes of public transportation.

Employment Opportunities

Join our committed team of professionals and help us get people where they need to go. BRTA is an equal opportunity employer.