Crossrail boss steps down after project delays
Simon Wright will be replaced by Mark Wild, who will oversee opening of central section
Crossrail’s chief executive is to step down, it has been announced, a week after the government agreed to a new cash injection to complete the delayed £15.4bn project.
Simon Wright will be replaced by Mark Wild, the managing director of London Underground, who will remain in charge until the opening of the central section of Crossrail, which will be known as the Elizabeth line.
Source: Guardian Transport