Gaya Gupta

Washington, D.C.

Transportation reporting intern

Gaya Gupta is a transportation reporting intern in the Metro section for The Washington Post. She is studying English and computer science with a focus on data science at Brown University.
Latest from Gaya Gupta

A neighborhood fights to be heard as Dulles planes drown out daily life

Many residents of Birchwood at Brambleton moved into their homes in 2020 and 2021, when air travel at Dulles airport was slashed. Now, the noise is back.

August 9, 2022

Montgomery County reopens coronavirus rent relief program

Eligible Montgomery County residents can receive up to $12,000 to pay back rent owed and $2,000 for utilities.

July 30, 2022

Metro briefly suspends Red Line service in part of D.C.

Metro suspended rail service Friday on part of the Red Line in the District because of fire department activity.

July 30, 2022

New Metro GM faces safety, financial challenges on first day

New Metro General Manager Randy Clarke is beginning his role at the transit agency Monday, marking the end of a leadership vacuum that was created during a tumultuous spring.

July 25, 2022

Eugene Bishop, Maryland World War II vet, celebrates 100th birthday

The South Carolina native celebrated his centennial birthday surrounded by lots of family.

July 23, 2022

TSA stops Virginia man with loaded gun at Dulles Airport checkpoint

TSA officials said the Bluemont, Va., man was carrying a 9mm gun loaded with 12 bullets.

July 20, 2022

Woman fatally stabbed in Fairfax County, police say

Police say they are in telephone communication with the suspect and are in negotiations with him to turn himself in.

July 17, 2022

After storms, some in D.C. area are on Day 2 without power

About 4,000 residents and businesses — mainly in Prince George’s County — are affected by the electricity outages.

July 14, 2022

D.C. region cleans up after heavy storm

The storm toppled trees and wires and caused power outages affecting thousands of people.

July 13, 2022