New York’s capital projects were ­financed with debt for 56% of the costs in fiscal 2010 compared to 42% in ­fiscal 2001, according to a report released Tuesday by the state comptroller’s ­office.

At the same time, a focus on short-term needs rather than long-term capital planning has left New York with a higher-than-average number of transportation assets in poor condition, according to the report, “Planning for the Long Term: Capital Spending Reform in New York State.”

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