European automotive reporter for The Wall Street Journal, Dow Jones Newswires and http://wsj.com .
I cover cars in Japan for @WSJ, formerly @WSJIndia Phone number for Signal
Gwyn Topham is the Guardian and Observer's transport correspondent.
Transport & Environment Correspondent BBC London.
Autos reporter for WSJ. Chicagoland native and Cubs fan. Ohio U. journalism alum.
Alexandria writes about self-driving cars in San Francisco and new innovative technology from Silicon Valley driving change in the automotive business. She covers the twists and turns of Tesla and the electric car maker's tweeting CEO Elon Musk, the Volkswagen emissions scandal, and the hiccups along the road as autonomous vehicles become a reality.
Car stuff at @Roadshow by @CNET. I am here to make everyone's life difficult.
Covering autos/airlines from Detroit to Japan to Europe for CNBC.
Auto Writer with The Associated Press. I've been in the news business for more than three decades, and have covered autos for more than 10 years.
Award-winning journalist, storyteller and on-air commentator with expertise in multiple industries as well as in mergers and acquisitions. Has expert knowledge of the auto industry, mobility and transportation technology. Also has extensive experience building relationships with high-level executives, mid-level professionals and the Wall Street bankers and advisers who counsel them. Have won awards for breaking news, covering spot news and writing in-depth magazine stories. Can manage projects and coordinate assignments between members of a multinational team. Continues to build expertise using social media.
New York Times reporter covering how New York City works. Transportation, infrastructure, crowding, education.
Laura J. Nelson covers transportation and mobility issues across Southern California. She was part of the team of reporters awarded the Pulitzer Prize in breaking news for coverage of the 2015 terrorist attack in San Bernardino. Before joining The Times in 2012, Nelson wrote for the Boston Globe, the Tampa Bay Times and the Los Angeles Daily News. She grew up in suburban Kansas City in a family of journalists and graduated from the University of Southern California.
Rachel Swan covers transportation for The Chronicle. She joined the paper in 2015 and has also reported on politics in Oakland and San Francisco. Previously, Rachel held staff positions at the SF Weekly and the East Bay Express, where she covered technology, law and the arts. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in rhetoric from the University of California, Berkeley.
Rachel is a senior transportation reporter at Business Insider. She focuses on logistics — particularly trucking and how deliveries are changing with the rise of e-commerce — and speaks regularly on national radio, television, and podcasts on trends in that industry.
Staff reporter Mike Lindblom covers transportation for The Seattle Times.
Luz Lazo has been a reporter for The Washington Post since 2011. She writes about transportation, infrastructure and development. She also contributes to the coverage of the region’s Hispanic population and immigrant communities. A native of El Salvador, she grew up in Washington, D.C., and received undergraduate and graduate degrees at American University.
Sam is a Transportation reporter for POLITICO Pro and the author of Morning Transportation. He worked previously at E&E News, where he covered energy policy at federal agencies and in Congress. Before that he was at the Cape Cod Times in Southeastern Massachusetts, where he reported on local government, politics and crime. He grew up in Boston, and studied political science and journalism at Brandeis University, but has grown to love living in Washington, D.C. despite the disappointing lack of snow.
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