MTA Chairman, Tasked to Fix New York’s Subway Problems, Resigns – New York Times

New York Times
The chairman of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, which controls New York City’s troubled subway, has resigned after the election of Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo to a third term, a state official said on Friday. The chairman, Joseph J. Lhota, had
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