The head of New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority resigned effective May 22 to comply with a provision of the MTA bailout.

New York Gov. David Paterson accepted the resignation of Elliot Sander, executive director and chief executive officer, the MTA announced Thursday. Sander’s position no longer exists under the financial bailout legislation that passed Wednesday night and was signed into law by Paterson on Thursday.

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