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Ex-NJT rail chief lands job with N.Y. MTA
Posted By admin On April 16, 2014 @ 9:55 am In Amtrak/Commuter News,News,Recent Updates | Comments Disabled
NJ Transit’s former railroad chief, who was pushed out in March following two tumultuous years that included the flooding of nearly 400 rail cars and locomotives during Superstorm Sandy, has landed a job within New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority.
Kevin O’Connor, the former vice-president of rail at NJ Transit, started April 10 as Metro-North Railroad’s new chief transportation officer, according to Aaron Donovan, spokesman for Metro-North, a division of the MTA that provides rail service in suburban New York and Connecticut.
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