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Updated BRTA Bus Route Schedules

BRTA’s new Route 1, 3, 34, 12, and 14 bus schedules with an effective date of December 21, 2016 have been issued. These versions have details on the first and last bus serving the route and the paths they take. The draft schedules are posted at the bottom of the home page as PDF files. Once the… [ read more … ]

Berkshire Regional Transit Authority will now have all previously “out of service” buses to change to “in service”. This went into effect the day after the Advisory Board meeting in October with all members present unanimously agreeing to this change. Once the buses depart the garage at Downing Parkway, they will be “in service” and… [ read more … ]

Ride Match

Not everyone in Massachusetts has easy access to a personal vehicle or public transportation. Ride Match was designed to help fill the gaps and provide the state’s most vulnerable populations, as well as the agencies that serve them, with a way to easily identify all the transportation options within their communities. Ride Match features a… [ read more … ]

New Service Enhancements to be Implemented

The Berkshire Regional Transit Authority Advisory Board voted to implement the BRTA Routes 1, 31, 33, 12 and 14 service enhancements. New schedules are in production with an effective start date in November. Once all the details are finalized, the enhanced schedules with a November 2016 start date will be distributed. The BRTA Route 1… [ read more … ]

Paratransit Operator Change

As of July 1, 2016 the operator for BRTA’s paratransit program has changed. Customers using the familiar purple and white vehicles will now call 499-2782 extension 3, to schedule their next ride. For a copy of the informational brochure, click the button below to download a PDF of the brochure. Paratransit Management of Berkshire (PMB),… [ read more … ]

Berkshire Regional Transit Authority (BRTA) has created a minor route adjustment to the Route 3 bus that services Williamstown and North Adams, in response to the closure of Price Chopper supermarket and the accessibility of West End residents to grocery shop. This discussion was prompted by Mayor Richard Alcombright, Northern Berkshire Interfaith Organization, and concerned… [ read more … ]

Due to customer feedback, the Berkshire Regional Transit Authority (BRTA) is announcing a change to the fixed route bus service for Pittsfield. At the Tyler Street Business Group’s Open House, a need to provide bus service to the Springside neighborhood was discussed. After reviewing this request BRTA’s bus routes will still provide service to Tyler… [ read more … ]

“Real Time” BRTA Bus Information Available

BRTA announces a system wide map complete with “real time” bus information. “Where’s my B-bus?” link allows BRTA customers access to the location of all fixed route vehicles. Choose the route you want to see, click on the bus traveling on your selected route, and zoom in on the map to find your location. Click on the… [ read more … ]

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