Jay Walder was the CEO of Virgin Hyperloop One, an American transportation technology company. He has been the CEO of Motivate, a bike sharing company, and of the Hong Kong transit company MTR Corporation (MTRC), before resigning from that position in July 2014. Before joining MTRC, Walder was the chairman and chief executive officer of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority in the New York metropolitan area, the largest transit agency in the United States. Prior to his service at the MTA, Walder was the managing director for finance and planning at Transport for London until 2007, and is credited with the introduction of the Oyster card and with drafting London's successful bid for the 2012 Summer Olympics.
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In this episode, we welcome Jay Walder, CEO of Virgin Hyperloop One and new Academy Fellow, to discuss his leadership of the public transit systems of Hong Kong, New York City, and London, the potential effects of the Virgin Hyperloop on transportation, logistics, and life in general, and the role of AI in public transportation and public administration.
With Jay Walder, CEO of Virgin Hyperloop One and Academy Fellow
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