New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority announced Monday it would spend $18 million to restore and improve service on subways, buses and commuter trains that it cut sharply three years ago.

“We’re basing this on our full take of revenues and expenditures,” chairman and chief executive Thomas Prendergast told reporters at an early-morning press conference that preceded a lengthy day of board committee meetings at the authority’s Manhattan headquarters.

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