New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority could face a downgrade on its transportation revenue bonds unless it finds new revenue sources, Moody’s Investors Service said in a special comment Thursday.

“The lack of recurring revenues, beyond sizeable fare and toll increases coupled with deep service cuts, puts the MTA on an operating path that may not support the current A2 rating on the system’s transportation revenue bonds,” the Moody’s report said.

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