WASHINGTON - The Maryland Transportation Authority, which operates a network of toll roads, will issue about $570 million of fixed-rate, tax-exempt revenue bonds in a competitive transaction Wednesday.

The sale comes as yields on municipal bonds have dropped from peaks reached in recent days. MdTA finance director Alison Williams believes that the demand for the authority's debt issue will offset upward pressure on yields.

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