DALLAS — Toll road debt rated by Moody’s Investors Service rose 19.2% in 2010, prompting a negative outlook on the sector, analysts said in a special report.

“As the economy recovers, toll facilities are going to issue debt to finance both upgrades for aging infrastructure and new projects to increase capacity,” said Moody’s senior vice president Maria Matesanz.

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