Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s proposed $142.6 billion budget for 2013-14 included some plusses for New York City and its transportation system.

Under Cuomo’s proposal, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority, which operates New York City’s buses and subways, two regional commuter rail systems and several bridges and tunnels, will receive more than $4.2 billion, up $358 million from the previous year.

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