New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority hopes to replace a $634 million bond transaction scheduled for September with commercial paper, an agency official said Monday.

The MTA finance committee on Monday approved up to $900 million of commercial paper to be issued on its ­transportation revenue credit and fixing out the debt as bonds in the future, pending successful negotiations with liquidity providers. The item goes before the full board Wednesday.

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