Monday, May 13, 2013

From Business Insider
50 Women Who Are Changing The World:
How Janette Sadik-Khan Has Improved NYC
In her six years as the Commissioner of the New York City Department of Transportation, Janette Sadik-Khan has made a lot of changes.

Those changes are all aimed at her goal of making it easier and safer to get around in New York, and to make the city a better place for residents and businesses, she wrote in a 2011 essay for Slate.

Sadik-Khan manages a $2 billion annual budget and 4,700 employees. She is in charge of maintaining and improving 6,300 miles of road, nearly 800 bridges, 12,000 intersections with traffic signals, and the Staten Island Ferry.

Read more: How Janette Sadik-Khan Has Improved NYC - Business Insider

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