Reporter focusing on transportation issues, including airports, airlines, and the nation's railroad and subway systems Education: B.S. from Boston University Lori Aratani writes about transportation issues for The Washington Post. Her beat includes airlines and airports and the agencies that oversee them. She also writes about innovation in the transportation sector and how new technology is changing the way people get to where they're going. She grew up in California and graduated from Boston University, where she learned the real meaning of cold weather. Professional Affiliations: Asian American Journalists Association
The guidance was issued following pressure from the airline industry and amid surging cases of coronavirus in the United States and strong evidence on the effectiveness of masks in curbing transmission, according to CDC officials.
Aid for bus drivers, train operators and flight attendants is again part of a wider conversation that includes potential financial assistance for millions of unemployed workers and small businesses ravaged by the nation’s failure to control the pandemic.