In a reprise of last year, New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority yesterday passed a "doomsday" budget that slashes services, but on a delayed schedule.

Many of the cuts that were approved last year for the 2009 budget never took effect because lawmakers crafted a rescue package that was meant to generate enough revenue to avoid the cuts. Some of the latest cuts are deemed necessary because some of that rescue funding failed to materialize.

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