Massachusetts’ largest public transportation agency Tuesday will leverage future parking revenues through a newly formed nonprofit entity to pay down outstanding debt and provide near-term budget relief.

The financing will help close the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority’s fiscal 2012 budget deficit of $127 million, at the cost of pushing debt maturities into future years.

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