New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority needs "net-zero" settlements with its labor union and to implement fare and toll increases to keep budget gaps from resurfacing and rising, Fitch Ratings said.

Members of the Transport Workers Union Local 100 have been working without a contract since January. Under the MTA's proposed net-zero, the union would accept a three-year wage freeze, netting out any other compensation increase.

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