Dr Jon Lamonte will step down from the Chief Executive role at Sydney Metro following three years in the position.
New South Wales Transport and Roads Minister Andrew Constance announced the change in late February.
Lamonte will be moving overseas for an alternate career path.
Constance thanked Lamonte for his service to the people of NSW.
“Dr Lamonte has had an important role over the past 2.5 years stewarding the NSW Government’s Sydney Metro program – the largest public transport program in Australia,” Constance said.
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“With the Metro North West Line opening in 2019, Sydney Metro City and Southwest due to open in 2024 and construction of Sydney Metro West and Sydney Metro – Western Sydney Airport commencing last year, Dr Lamonte has left an indelible mark on Greater Sydney. For that, I say thank you.”
Deputy Chief Executive of Sydney Metro, Rebecca McPhee will take over as Acting Chief Executive following Lamonte’s departure – before a new leader is appointed.