New York MTA's new fare plan sparks concern

Kruger, Daniel
December 1997
Bond Buyer;12/10/97, Vol. 322 Issue 30289, p1
Trade Publication
States that the selling of unlimited ride packages for New York City's subways and buses by the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) appears to be a hit with the majority of riders. Examination of the questions being asked by municipal credit analysts; Information on the MTA announcement made by Governor of New York, George Pataki; Discussion on how the discounts will be paid for.


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