- Language: English
- Published: September 2012
- Region: New York
Metropolitan Transportation Authority $435 Million Series 2002F Revenue Bonds Rated 'A' Oct 02
- ID: 1795448
- October 2002
- Standard & Poors
NEW YORK (Standard & Poor's) Oct. 25, 2002--Standard & Poor's Ratings Services today assigned its single-'A' rating to the Metropolitan Transit Authority's (MTA) $435 million series 2002F transportation revenue bonds. The outlook is stable. "The rating is based on the essential mass transit service the MTA provides to the New York City metropolitan area, improving operations and ridership trends, a diverse revenue stream, and strong support from the state and city," said credit analyst Laura Macdonald. "These strengths are offset by a large, ongoing capital program that will be largely debt financed," she added. Bond proceeds will be used to refund the outstanding debt associated with the MTA's transit and commuter facilities revenue bonds. The current debt is being issued...
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- Metropolitan Transp Auth
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