Bob Seay, WGBH

Bob Seay

WGBH

Boston, MA, United States

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Past articles by Bob:

Federal regulators' report traces how the MBTA ended up in safety crisis

The FTA blamed understaffing and underinvestment for woes at the Greater Boston transit agency. → Read More

MBTA will shut down a section of the Green Line for 4 weeks

The Green Line extension to Medford has been delayed by three months. → Read More

MBTA announces historic 30-day shutdown of the Orange Line

Once completed, officials promised riders can expect much faster and more reliable service. → Read More

Regular T service might not be back until 2023

Training dispatchers and recruiting qualified applicants could take many more months than first predicted. → Read More

Another shutdown coming on the Blue Line

Train service will be suspended between Wonderland and Orient Heights stations from May 22 to June 8. → Read More

It's not just in your head, potholes really are worse this year

"There are more freeze-and-thaw cycles that create the opportunity for potholes to form." → Read More

Almost all workers on the MBTA are vaccinated, but not on commuter rail or Amtrak

Employees of commuter rail operator Keolis await court ruling on vaccine mandate. → Read More

Massachusetts' taxi business sees hope after the pandemic shifts power in transportation

Despite the pandemic and ride-share competition, conditions are better than they were before the pandemic. → Read More

Cambridge’s battle over bike lanes could be coming to a community near you

The state has granted more than $26 million to 161 cities and towns for projects that include bike lanes. But those lanes have proven to be contentious in some communities. → Read More

Traffic ‘Triple Whammy’ Hurtles Toward Boston This Weekend

The Boston Marathon, holiday weekend and — of course — the New England foliage could snarl toll roads. → Read More

Pack Your Patience If You’re Headed To The Cape

Work on the Sagamore Bridge will start April 12. → Read More

Could Coronavirus Spur Massachusetts To Transform Its Transportation System?

Some lawmakers and local leaders say this is the time to invest in the state's infrastructure and public transit. → Read More

Federal Dollars May Not Be Enough To Sustain The MBTA, GM Says

The T’s general manager says more money may be needed. → Read More

Changes Coming To Ride-Shares At Logan Airport

In an effort to get traffic at the airport under control, Massport is phasing in a series of changes that will affect how travelers using ride-share apps get to and from the airport. → Read More

A Tale Of Two Stations: Why Are There No Birds In South Station, While North Station Is Full Of Them?

The answer lies in a small speaker in the ceiling of South Station. → Read More

Can New Toll Lanes On Major Highways Help Manage Traffic Congestion? Baker Thinks So

Gov. Charlie Baker has proposed building new dedicated lanes on the state's major highways that would be reserved for paying customers. → Read More

Why Boston's First Designated Bus Lane Project Went Bust

Why it didn’t happen, and the lessons learned. → Read More

5 Things You Need To Know About The MBTA Fare Increases

New fairs go into effect next week. Here are the key points. → Read More

Woods Hole Folk Music Society To Present Its Final Concert

After 47 years, volunteers say it's time to retire. → Read More

Is There A Glut Of Ride Sharing Drivers?

Many say they can't make the money they used to. → Read More