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Amtrak's Lake Shore Limited train prepares to depart Pittsfield's Joseph Scelsi Intermodal Transportation Center for points east, including its final destination at Boston's South Station.

Amtrak’s Lake Shore Limited train prepares to depart Pittsfield’s Joseph Scelsi Intermodal Transportation Center for points east, including its final destination at Boston’s South Station.

One mile at a time

Many groups are working together for better transportation options in and to the Berkshires.

By Jonathan Butler
Posted to the Berkshire Edge on Feb. 15, 2021

Editor’s Note: This article was authored by the 1Berkshire Economic Development Team – Jonathan Butler, Ben Lamb and Kevin Pink)

It’s no secret that it can be challenging to get to, and around, the Berkshires.

If you don’t own a car, getting from Point A to Point B can be time-consuming. Agencies like Berkshire Regional Transit Authority (BRTA), the Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP), and local Councils on Aging help plug some of these gaps, but the region’s size and geography continue to present obstacles.

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2021-02-16T15:52:46-05:00February 16th, 2021|Categories: News|