DALLAS - Lee Walker, a pioneering entrepreneur and University of Texas professor who led the development of commuter rail in Austin, is stepping down as chairman of Capital Metro after a decade on the transit agency's board.

Walker's departure in May comes just a few months before the fall launch of Capital Metrorail, the $90 million commuter rail system that will travel between the northern suburb of Leander and downtown Austin.

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