Moody’s Investors Service on Monday called last week’s state Supreme Court ruling invalidating the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s payroll mobility tax a credit negative, while Standard & Poor’s said it would not affect its transportation revenue bond rating.

The agency runs subway and commuter rail systems in the New York City region. Moody’s rates the bonds A2, while Standard & Poor’s assigns an A rating. Both have a stable outlook on the bonds.

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