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Mark Wild formally resigned as CEO of Public Transport Victoria on Wednesday amid ongoing public transport strikes.
Gary Liddle will act as interim CEO of PTV until a new CEO is appointed. Liddle has until now been lead deputy secretary, transport, at the Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources, and was previously employed as CEO of VicRoads and director at the Linking Melbourne Authority.
Wild will take up a new role within the state’s Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources.
Melbourne has seen train and tram strikes over the past three weeks due to unresolved pay disputes between the Rail, Tram and Bus Union and employers Yarra Trams and Metro Trains.
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