Former MBTA chief nominated for new position by President Obama

BOSTON (WPRI) — President Obama has nominated former head of the MBTA, Beverly Scott, for a position with the NTSB.

Scott resigned in February after record snowfall caused widespread delays and cancellations across the aging transportation system for weeks.

After being nominated, she must be confirmed by the Senate for a five-year term.

Scott also previously served as the head of the Rhode Island Public Transit Authority.

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