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He was the rare MTA leader who spent most of his career at the agency.
Among his jobs: heading both New York City Transit and the Long Island Rail Road.
"Prendergast could run the railroad, he could run the bus system and he could run the subway system," said TWU Local 100 President John Samuelsen. "And nobody else before him has had those qualities."
Prendergast's legacy includes overseeing repairs to the subways after the damage caused by Hurricane Sandy.
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