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Updated Oct 10, 12:32 PM
NEW YORK (AP) — A deal has finally been struck to fund the New York City region's mass transit capital spending program, ensuring that vitally needed infrastructure upgrades — including repairs to damage wrought by Superstorm Sandy — will be underwritten for the next five years. The $26.1 billion agreement to fund the Metropolitan Transportation Authority was jointly announced Saturday by Gov. ...
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