BRTA

BRTA Is Seeking Public Comments on Proposed Changes
The Berkshire Regional Transit authority is making changes to several of its routes, stops, policies, and services, and they are looking for input from the community before any of these changes go into effect.  
According to the transit authority’s&n…
BRTA Enforcing COVID-19 Mask Rules
The Berkshire Regional Transit Authority has announced new mask regulations as per the Center for Disease Control and federal law. All riders will be required to follow these guidelines in order to ride the bus.
According to a BRTA Alert, under these guidelines, the Berkshire Regional Transit Authori…
BRTA Receiving Portion of $8.2 Million Federal Grant
U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao has announced the Federal Transit Administration will award approximately $8.2 million in transit infrastructure funding to improve the safety and reliability of Massachusetts bus systems and enhance mobility for transit riders...
Tom's Top 3 for 2/13: BRTA Puts Strike On Hold For Now
A scheduled strike at the Berkshire Regional Transit Authority has been put on hold for the time being. IBerkshires.com reports that BRTA Administrator Robert Malnati issued a notice yesterday saying the para transit operators have delayed the strike which they had scheduled to begin next Monday, Fe…