The Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s Triborough Bridge and Tunnel Authority in New York should be able to absorb revenue losses from facilities that closed due to Hurricane Sandy, Moody’s Investors Service said Thursday, though already low liquidity could be further reduced.

Moody's, which rates the Triborough bonds Aa3, said it will focus on assessing the authority's Sandy-related repair costs and how these costs will be funded as the authority awaits reimbursements from its insurers and the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

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