Feinberg told the New York Post the position has severely cut into time she can spend with her family.READ MORE: MTA To Start Issuing $50 Fines To Riders Not Wearing Masks
However, Feinberg says she would consider being state MTA chair, a position that would be created if the State Senate decides to split her current role into two jobs.
Her resignation is effective Friday.READ MORE: Judge Lifts Temporary Pause On Vaccine Mandate For NYC Teachers And Other City Workers, Who Now Must Be Vaccinated By Monday
Gov. Andrew Cuomo also announced Janno Lieber, president of MTA Construction and Development, will serve as acting MTA chairman and CEO.
MTA Chairman Patrick Foye is also leaving his position after four years.MORE NEWS: 'I Want A Proper Education': Some NYC Public School Students With Medical Exemptions From In-Person Instruction Feel They're Falling Behind
He reportedly will now serve as interim president and CEO of the Empire State Development Corporation.