New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority goes to market today with a smaller revenue anticipation note deal than last year, reflecting lower revenue than original expected from a bailout package.

The main revenue source for today’s deal and last year’s is the same but the par amounts being offered are not. Today the MTA plans to price $475 million of Rans compared to the $600 million it priced in July.

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