Richard Davey took over as the MTA’s head of subways and buses on Monday — and spent his first morning on the job meeting transit workers, greeting commuters, posing for cameras and ordering fixes for problems he saw on his own commute.
“The next-stop sign on my train this morning wasn’t working. They’re already working on that, as I understand,” Richard Davey told reporters early Monday while greeting commuters at the Roosevelt Avenue-74th Street station.
Davey called himself “a prolific texter and emailer.”
“If I see something isn’t working, it’ll get fixed,” he said.
The former top transportation official in Massachusetts also visited MTA employee break rooms,
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