David Alpert
David Alpert
Local Blog Network

David Alpert part of The Post’s Local Blog Network. He is the founder and editor of Greater Greater Washington, a Web site focusing on urban planning, transit, smart growth, pedestrian safety, bicycling, zoning, historic preservation and other issues that affect the D.C. metropolitan area. He is also the D.C. vice chairman for the WMATA Riders’ Advisory Council and a member of the D.C. Pedestrian Advisory Council. A native of Massachusetts, he lived in California and New York before settling in the Dupont Circle neighborhood with his wife, Stefanie.

Latest by David Alpert

Here’s why term limits are a bad idea

Here’s why term limits are a bad idea

They get rid of the good and the bad.

Ending Metro’s late-night service is a bad deal for D.C. and the region

Ending Metro’s late-night service is a bad deal for D.C. and the region

Jobs and economies depend on it.

What has to happen before Metro could end late-night rail service

Committee votes and public hearings are part of the process.