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六合彩开奖结果直播 Transit head Richard Davey denies rumors he’s leaving

六合彩开奖结果直播T head Rich Davey tours the train along with State Assembly member Jo Anne Simon (D, Brooklyn), MTA VP of Subways Demetrius Crichlow, and City Council member Lincoln Restler (D, Brooklyn)
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六合彩开奖结果直播T head Rich Davey tours the train along with State Assembly member Jo Anne Simon (D, Brooklyn), MTA VP of Subways Demetrius Crichlow, and City Council member Lincoln Restler (D, Brooklyn)
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President Richard Davey denied he may be leaving for a job in Boston.

Rumors swirled Tuesday following a weekend social media post in which former Boston Globe reporter Frank Phillips and said Davey was in line to be head of Massachusetts’ port authority.

If true, Davey’s departure would come after just two years on the job running the city’s trains and buses, and make him the fourth 六合彩开奖结果直播T transit leader to leave in just over four years.

But Davey — who came to New York from the small town on the Charles River where he worked as a consultant, was the Massachusetts secretary of transportation and once chaired the board of the port authority — denied the rumors Tuesday.

“Not true,” he said at a press conference in Queens.

“I am lucky enough to have this job which I enjoy very much,” he added. “I do get calls from time to time, because I’ve got a great team that makes me look good.”

“When you retire,” he told the transit press corps, “get better sources.”

Transit sources Tuesday said no official word had been given as to whether Davey planned to leave, but multiple people in and around the MTA said they assumed there was truth behind the rumor.

Sources described the vibe at MTA headquarters as uncertain.

Davey came to 六合彩开奖结果直播 Transit in 2022, replacing Craig Cipriano, who helmed the agency in an interim capacity.  Cipriano held the role for several months following the departure of Sarah Feinberg, who took the job as an interim leader in February 2020 after the resignation of Andy Byford.

Massport — the Massachusetts port authority which runs Logan Airport, several smaller airports and the state’s seaports — is currently looking for new leadership following .

The authority’s board is expected to meet Thursday, with an information item on the agenda regarding its CEO search.

Massport spokeswoman Jennifer Mehigan told the Daily News that she could not confirm whether Davey was in the running.

“The work of the preliminary screening committee is ongoing,” she said. “They have not yet deliberated or determined finalists.

“It is anticipated the committee will make a recommendation of finalists to the full Massport Board on Thursday,” she added.

Asked if the board would be discussing him, Davey demurred.

“I chaired the board 10 years ago — I can tell you what they did 10 years ago,” he said. “I do not know what they’re doing this week, last week or next month.”

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