Berkshire Regional Transit Authority

Address: 1 Columbus Avenue
Pittsfield, MA 01201
Phone: (413) 448-2108 Website:

The Berkshire Regional Transit Authority provides public transportation services to its 24 member communities within Berkshire County, the western most region of Massachusetts. The BRTA's daily service area spans a region as large as Rhode Island; bordered by Vermont to the north, New York to the west and Connecticut to the south. Fixed route service is provided by fourteen bus routes in 12 communities from Williamstown to Great Barrington, Monday through Saturday.

Para transit services are provided to eligible persons from the BRTA's member communities for ambulatory, non-ambulatory, or complementary Para transit ADA service. Berkshire Regional Transit Authority (BRTA) supports delivery of Para transit services to the elderly and disabled in 20 communities who cannot use regular service. Eligible persons purchase BRTA tickets at a discount for payment of taxi or chair car services by local private vendors. BRTA also provides lift-equipped 10-passenger vans to community Councils on Aging to serve selected Para transit-eligible persons within those communities.

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