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N.Y. MTA Cuts $1.8B From Capital Plan; Gap at $9.9B

New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority Friday announced it had slashed $1.8 billion from its proposed five-year capital plan in a bid to win state approval. Like an earlier proposal rejected last year by Gov. David Paterson, the slimmed-down $26.27 billion capital program has a $9.91 billion funding gap.

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