Urban Policy Reporter , Washington Post
Emily Badger is a writer in Washington, D.C., where she covers national urban policy for The Washington Post. She writes frequently about urban planning, housing, transportation, poverty and inequality—and why we can’t talk about any of these topics without
mentioning the others as well.
She’s particularly interested in how technology will change the way we move around cities, why the design of cities matters for the economic mobility for the people who live there, and what it will mean for all of us to live in an increasingly urban world.