New York’s cash strapped Metropolitan Transportation Authority approved a package of service cuts at its board meeting yesterday to help close a $800 million current year deficit.

Voting 11 to 2, board members enacted slightly fewer reductions to commuter train, bus and subway service than had been approved in December when voted on the MTA’s 2010 operating budget.

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