The Georgia General Assembly Friday ended its 2009 regular session without agreement on new funding for transportation projects as well as measures that would have helped the state's largest transit agency with its budget problems.

The Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority had asked lawmakers for permission to use a portion of its $65 million capital reserve account to fund a portion of a projected deficit in its operations budget.

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