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Richard A. Davey is the new MassDOT Rail and Transit Administrator and MBTA General Manager.  Governor Deval Patrick and MassDOT Secretary and CEO Jeffrey Mullan this week appointed Davey to the MassDOT Rail and Transit Administrator post, followed by his appointment by the MassDOT Board to the MBTA GM position.

Davey promises to focus on five top priorities: safety, customer service, an inclusive employee work environment, fiscal responsibility, and an innovative approach to delivering transit services.  Watch Davey's message, from one of the T stops he frequents regularly on his way to work.

Read the Globe and WBUR stories. 

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