Andy Byford, Ex-M.T.A. Leader, Steps Down as London Transport Commissioner

Andy Byford, who rose to prominence during a high-profile stint as New York City’s subway chief, announced his resignation as the head of London’s transit system on Thursday, saying that he would be moving back to the United States.

It was not immediately known what Mr. Byford would do next, but Transport for London said in a statement that he was “closing out a 33-year public service career.”

Mr. Byford was affectionately nicknamed “Train Daddy” when he led the Metropolitan…

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