San Francisco-based tech reporter covering automation and the future of transportation, including Tesla, Uber and Lyft Education: University of Nebraska-Lincoln Faiz Siddiqui is a technology reporter with The Washington Post's Business Desk covering companies such as Tesla, Uber and Lyft, Waymo and traditional automakers researching and deploying autonomous vehicles. Prior to that, he covered the D.C. Metro and local transportation scene, including the year-long SafeTrack program, the system's chronic safety and reliability issues, and regional and federal officials' push for governance and finance reforms at the agency. He has also covered Uber's DC operations, Amtrak and the launches of countless local tech start-ups. He has previously written stories for the Boston Globe and NPR.
Tesla is forging ahead with “Full Self-Driving” despite skepticism among some safety advocates about whether Tesla’s technology is ready — and whether the rest of the world is ready for cars that drive themselves.