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Robert Thomson was The Washington Post’s “Dr. Gridlock," answering travelers’ questions and sharing their pain on the roads, trains and buses in the Washington region. He left The Post in March 2017.
The change has led to concern and criticism from some board members and other officials.
Some traffic mysteries baffled us, but you helped each other get through.
A column writer finds himself transformed by his readers.
The Nats are scheduled to play, the blossom festival kites are scheduled to fly, but watch the weather. On Metro, there’s always SafeTrack.
Don’t be afraid to embrace the safety.
The Washington Post's Dr. Gridlock, Robert Thomson, is online to take all your questions about Metro, traffic throughout the region and other transportation issues.
Infrastructure has changed, but the biggest changes are in our ways of thinking.
The Tidal Basin is likely to be a travel magnet this weekend, despite the diminished bloom.
We should accept that the D.C. region is wedded to its subway and mend the relationship.
The Washington Post's Dr. Gridlock, Robert Thomson, will be online to take all your questions about Metro, traffic throughout the region and other transportation issues.