Transportation reporter covering Washington's Metro, buses, Capital Bikeshare and taxis, and the region's road network Education: American University, BA and MA in journalism 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. Professional Affiliations: National Association of Hispanic Journalists Foreign languages spoken: Spanish
The Greater Washington Partnership is bringing together leaders from Amtrak, MARC, VRE and local and state transportation agencies to outline a plan of action on how to improve commuter and intercity train service from Baltimore to Richmond.