New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority, still repairing its subway and commuter rail systems after Hurricane Sandy’s damage, will continue its flurry of bond issuance Wednesday, both current and postponed from last week.

The authority, which is restoring service piecemeal after Sandy flooded its tunnels, has a busy calendar this week that features nearly $950 million worth of bond and note sales. The MTA, which has about $32 billion of debt outstanding, operates the New York City subway system, Metro-North and Long Island railroads and some bridges and tunnels in the region. It is one of the largest issuers in the municipal market.

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