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Meet the Development & Transportation team

The writers
Robert Thomson is Dr. Gridlock. The doctor is an authority on transportation projects around the region and weighs in every day with useful advice to make your travels more manageable. Contact Dr. Gridlock, get RSS alerts when he writes, and read his archives. Follow him on Twitter, and check out his Facebook page.

Mark Berman blogs about traffic and transit issues each day starting at 5:30 a.m. If you have a tip for Mark, send him an e-mail. Read his archive or get RSS alerts when he writes a new article.

Ashley Halsey III covers transportation and what's happening on Washington's roads and with federal transportation agencies. Contact Ashley, get RSS alerts when he writes, and read his archives.

Kafia A. Hosh covers Tysons Corner and Fairfax county development and transportation issues. Contact Kafia, get RSS alerts when she writes, and read her archives.

Katherine Shaver covers development issues and frequently writes about the Corridor Cities Transitway, Intercounty Connector and Purple Line projects. Contact Katherine, get RSS alerts when she writes, and read her archives.

Ann Scott Tyson covers transit, including Metro. Contact Ann, get RSS alerts when she writes, and read her archives.

Ovetta Wiggins covers development issues and Baltimore-Washington International Marshall Airport. Contact Ovetta, get RSS alerts when she writes, and read her archives.

The editors
Emilio Garcia-Ruiz is the Local editor.

Michael Bolden is the Development & Transportation editor.

Luke Rosiak is the deputy Development & Transportation editor.

By Michael Bolden  | June 1, 2010; 4:15 PM ET
 
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