Gov.-elect Chris Christie has pledged to take a critical eye at future borrowing in New Jersey but transition team officials said certain bonding might be needed to help finance infrastructure improvements.

The state's bonded debt increased dramatically from 2002 to 2006 and historically lawmakers have used one-time revenue measures to help balance operating budgets.

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