Sir Peter Hendy has stepped down from his position as London transport commissioner to become chairman at National Rail.
Sir Peter joined Transport for London (TfL) – then London Transport – as a graduate trainee 40 years ago. He has led the transport organisation since 2006.
In his time in the role, he played a key role in the development of TfL’s current £4bn Road Modernisation Plan and led the capital’s transport plans during the 2012 Olympics.
He will replace the outgoing Richard Parry-Jones at Network Rail.
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