The Metropolitan Transportation Authority should prioritize which services could be restored if the New York Legislature finds additional funding, a state lawmaker said at a hearing yesterday.

Last month the MTA board approved far-reaching service cuts to close a $388 million gap that opened up when the Legislature cut already appropriated funds, payroll tax revenue came in below projections, and labor costs continued to rise.

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