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July 16, 2014

Hong Kong rail chief to step down a year early

MTR Corp. chief executive Jay Walder will step down next month — a year earlier than scheduled — after an internal report yesterday criticised him for "poor judgment" over the delayed $8.6 billion cross-border rail project.


January 9, 2012

Lhota confirmed as N.Y. MTA chief

Lhota, who was chosen by Governor Andrew Cuomo to replace former MTA Chairman Jay Walder in October, promised to work to streamline the nation's largest mass transit system


August 9, 2011

N.Y. gov. forms panel to search for new MTA chief

The 20-member advisory committee is comprised of leading public transportation experts and management professionals in the public and private sectors.


October 8, 2010

N.Y. MTA votes to increase fares

The agency is attempting to close an $800 million budget gap. The hike follows increases in 2008 and 2009.


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