The Metropolitan Transportation Authority may get needed relief from New York State for high borrowing fees connected with refunding bond sales, its executive director said Wednesday.

Joseph Lhota, briefing reporters in Manhattan, said he met a day earlier in Albany with Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s officials — including deputy secretary of transportation Karen Rae — about the bond issuance fees, for which the MTA could be on the hook for about $75 million.

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