Yes, it would be nice the BSRR to run that RDC to Pittsfield to connect with the Amtrak train but I think that many people will get to their destinations faster when they get picked up at the station by auto transportation. I'm sure that Uber and Lyft will benefit a lot from people taking the train to Pittsfield from NYP. Being that the Berkshire Region is larger than you might think, once you get north of Pittsfield, the distance between important towns is very spread out. Looking at a map, I see that Williamstown is 20 miles north of Pittsfield and it takes 30 minutes to drive between the two towns. I'm sure that there will be people who are heading to Williamstown who will want to take the train to Pittsfield. Overall, people who are going to towns like Lee, Lenox, Stockbridge, and parts of Great Barrington might use the train directly to Pittsfield. The further south you are from the Mass Pike, you are only adding driving time to get to Pittsfield on top of a longer train ride. In the end, you would be better off driving to Hudson for faster and more frequent service.