State Senate Republicans in Albany have cut $770 million in capital financing for New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority and rejected the agency’s request for a $7 billion bonding cap increase.

One New York City lawmaker feels the move will jeopardize the MTA’s eligibility for more than $2 billion in financing from the federal government.

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