By the end of October, the 57-year-old Massachusetts Turnpike Authority will cease to exist and a larger, more expansive bonding authority will take over MassPike's operations, assets, and its $2.2 billion of debt.

Bondholders will hardly feel the effects of the changeover, as the transfer of debt to the new Massachusetts Department of Transportation does not require the bonds to be defeased.

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