The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority is considering leveraging future parking revenues through a proposed nonprofit entity to generate up to $325 million and help pay down outstanding debt.

The state’s largest mass-transit provider would like to reduce its $5.5 billion of outstanding debt by selling the right to future revenue from its parking spaces in return for an upfront payment of $250 million to $325 million, according to MTBA chief financial officer Jon Davis.

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