Friday , April 19 2024

This Indian woman got a big responsibility in America, will hold this post in New York

Another Indian woman has got a big responsibility in America. Indian-American Meera Joshi has been inducted into the board of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA). New York Mayor Eric Adams nominated him.

Apart from being a lawyer, Meera Joshi is also the Deputy Mayor of New York. Meera Joshi is the Deputy Mayor since January 2022. He will now handle the Department of Infrastructure, Transportation and Climate in New York City. Apart from him, Eric Adams has also nominated New York Department of City Planning and City Planning Commission Chairman Dan Garodnik.

Meera Joshi has long experience of working in public transport. He is credited with inventing crowd management in New York City. Mayor Eric Adams said Deputy Mayor Joshi and Director Gerodnik are the right people to secure the future of the MTA and deliver a safe and world-class transit system for all New Yorkers.

Meera Joshi says that nothing affects New York City more than its public transportation system, which is the backbone of the city and the city's economy depends on it. Before joining the Eric Adams Administration, Meira Joshi was with the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration at the U.S. Department of Transportation. He was appointed by the Biden administration. This agency controls interstate tracking. In that role, Joshi worked to improve road safety and working conditions for truck drivers.