Bob Weiss

Bob-WeissBob Weiss’s All Things Travel reports can be heard weekly on WBZ NewsRadio 1030, and Bob is also a contributor for He is the former editor of “Travel New England” and covers air, rail and bus transportation for WBZ-AM.

(Image Credit: Rectrix Aviation)

All Things Travel: Rectrix Aviation Continues 10-Year Growth

In 10 years, Rectrix Aviation has gone from a handfull of employees to over 200.


Nye Beach Newport, Oregon, Lighthouse, Newport, Beaches

All Things Travel: Notes For Visiting The Pacific Northwest

Bob Weiss offers tips for a trip to the Pacific Northwest.


File photo of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. (Photo credit: Miguel Medina/AFP/Getty Images)

All Things Travel: Boston Symphony Hits High Note In Europe

The Boston Symphony Orchestra opened their winter season at Symphony Hall on October 1 after a very successful European tour this summer.


(Photo Credit: Randy Yagi)

All Things Travel: Autumn Busy Season For New England Cruises

As the leaves start to turn, cruise passengers turn to Boston for a vacation and a chance to see the bright colors.


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All Things Travel: Tough Times For Transportation

State Transportation problems are not going to be fixed next year or in five years.



All Things Travel: International Visitors Fuel Mass. Growth

Gov. Charlie Baker was on hand on Friday for a media event at the Logan Airport Hyatt Hotel announcing the visitor results for last year sponsored by the Greater Boston Convention Bureau and Massport.


A Norwegian Air Shuttle on the tarmac in Oslo. (Photo credit AAS, ERLEND/AFP/Getty Images)

All Things Travel: Norwegian Ramps Up Boston Flights

Scandinavia is the one area in Europe that currently does not have air service from Boston.


Boston Public Market under construction (WBZ-TV)

All Things Travel: Boston Public Market Opens In Prime Location

The Boston Public Market opened on Thursday morning.


Aerial view of proposed Olympic Boulevard in South Boston. (Image from Boston 2024)

All Things Travel: Boston Never Needed The Olympics

The shadow of The Big Dig dug Boston 2024 in a hole from which it never recovered. The small guys won out over big business.


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All Things Travel: Uber The Smarter Choice In Boston

Uber won out on every area of speed, vehicle and price against taxis.




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