DALLAS — The chief financial officer of Dallas Area Rapid Transit said Monday that he is unconcerned by the effect of a downgrade by one of the major rating agencies on the upcoming sale of $825 million of revenue bonds supported by anemic sales tax income.

Standard & Poor’s dropped its AAA rating on DART’s revenue debt to AA-plus late last week.

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