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London’s Transport Commissioner Andy Byford has announced a restructuring and reduction in size of Transport for London’s executive team with effect from February 1.
TfL said this would be ‘ensure that TfL is in the best possible shape to become an even more efficient organisation focused on financial sustainability and on supporting London’s recovery’, with ‘a single unified organisation with a centrally set strategic framework that further embeds TfL’s vision and values’.
Andy Lord who is currently Managing Director of London Underground will become Chief Operating Officer, ‘bringing all of TfL’s operations together in one place for the first time.’
Vernon Everitt, currently Managing Director for Customers, Communication & Technology, will also be leaving, after 14 years at TfL.
Mark Wild, Chief Executive Officer of Crossrail and formerly Managing Director of London Underground, is to leave TfL after the Elizabeth Line is commissioned.
Matt Brown will work alongside the Executive Team as Director of Communications & Corporate Affairs.
This article first appeared on www.railwaygazette.com
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