The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s board of directors will vote on Sept. 29 whether to issue $250 million in bonds.

The debt includes a $150 million refunding and an associated new-money issuance of $100 million. The board will also appoint underwriters at the meeting.

If the board approves the move, the transportation authority will issue the bonds at the end of October, according to Terry Matsumoto, Metro’s chief financial officer.

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