A long-term plan for capital financing for the Metropolitan Transportation Authority appeared to be off the table yesterday as New York lawmakers kept talking about a rescue plan for the troubled agency.

Over the weekend, Gov. David Paterson proposed postponing action on a capital spending solution while finding a bailout agreement for the operating budget that would mitigate large fare increases and service cuts.

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