The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority is considering whether to move forward with two bond deals before it gains a new board of directors on Nov. 1 as part of the state’s overall transportation reform initiative.

At the same time, the MBTA is planning a nearly 20% fare increase this fall to generate $69 million of additional revenue and avoid service reductions during the next two years, according to an agency document.

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