The Alameda Transportation Corridor Authority, Calif. will bring a trio of single-A-level ratings -- and an improved outlook --   to the market when it refunds $290 million in senior revenue bonds on Jan. 14.

The authority, a joint powers authority of Los Angeles and the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, received an A3 rating on Wednesday from Moody’s Investors Service ahead of plans on Jan. 14 to refund $290 million in senior lien revenue bonds.

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