Sir Terry Morgan resigns as chairman of Crossrail and HS2
Decision comes after he predicted he would be sacked from both roles ‘within days’
Sir Terry Morgan, the chairman of Crossrail and HS2, who last week predicted he would be sacked from both roles “within days” due to delays and cost overruns, has resigned.
The Department for Transport said Morgan, who became chairman of Crossrail in 2009 but had been in charge of HS2 for only four months, had stepped down from the senior posts.
Source: Guardian Transport