Directors of Austin’s Capital Metro transit system will take out a one-year $10 million line of credit from JPMorgan Chase Bank to bolster the agency’s rapidly depleting reserves.

Chief executive officer Fred Gilliam said officials expect Cap Metro’s reserves will fall to about $10 million by September due to declining sales tax revenue and high expenses involved in the soon-to-open commuter rail system.

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