Road and Rail
Company Overview of MTA New York City Transit
MTA New York City Transit provides railroad and road transportation services. The company offers bus and subway services, as well as operates a fleet of subway cars. It also provides temporary reduced-fare autogate MetroCard. The company, formerly known as New York City Transit Authority, was founded in 1953 and is based in Brooklyn, New York.
370 Jay Street
Brooklyn, NY 11201
Founded in 1953
Key Executives for MTA New York City Transit
Acting President of MTA Bridges and Tunnels
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
MTA New York City Transit Key Developments
MTA New York City Transit Announces Management Changes
Nov 18 15
Metropolitan Transportation Authority Chairman and CEO Thomas F. Prendergast announced the appointment of Veronique "Ronnie" Hakim as the eighth permanent president of MTA New York City Transit. Hakim is a career transportation professional who returns to the MTA after an earlier 23-year career at the agency. For the past year and a half she has served as the Executive Director of NJ TRANSIT. Hakim will begin serving as President on December 28. She replaces James L. Ferrara, the President of MTA Bridges and Tunnels, who has been serving as Interim President of New York City Transit since the August retirement of Carmen Bianco.
New York City Transit Announces Executive Changes
Aug 12 15
Metropolitan Transportation Authority Chairman Thomas Prendergast announced that James Ferrara will become interim president of New York City Transit when current chief Carmen Bianco retires. Ferrara has been president of MTA Bridges and Tunnels since 2010. Donald Spero, the executive vice president and chief financial officer for bridges and tunnels, will become acting president of that unit while Ferrara moves over.
MTA New York City Transit Appoints Frank Jezycki as New VP of Staten Island Railway
Aug 6 14
MTA New York City Transit has announced that Frank Jezycki has been hired as vice president and chief officer of the Staten Island Railway. Jezycki up till now headed the infrastructure group in the department of subways as chief infrastructure officer. Jezycki spent 29 years at NYC Transit, starting as a maintainer s helper in the ventilation and drainage department in 1985 and stepping up to supervisory and managerial positions in the department of subways.
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