New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority projected that lower returns on pension fund investments would widen out-year budget gaps, officials announced during a budget presentation Wednesday.

The MTA lowered its assumed annual rate of return on pension funds in its final $12 billion 2011 budget proposal, which the board will vote on next month.

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