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Metropolitan Transportation Authority Credit Ratings

MTA Credit
Moody's
Standard & Poor's
Fitch
Kroll Bond Rating Agency
Transportation Revenue
A1
AA-
A
AA+
Dedicated Tax Fund
NAF
AA
AA
NAF
TBTA — Senior Resolution
Aa3
AA-
AA-
AA
TBTA — Subordinate Resolution
A1
A+
A+
AA-
State Service Contract
NAF
AA
AA
NAF
Continuing Disclosure - MTA financial disclosure materials and event-based notices below may also be accessed on EMMA

Comprehensive Annual Financial Report

State of New York Annual Audited Financial Statements

Financing Agreements

  • On May 5, 2015, MTA entered into a financing agreement with the United States, represented by the Secretary of Transportation, acting through the Federal Railroad Administrator, to finance costs incurred by MTA in connection with the installation of the federally required Positive Train Control Systems on its commuter rail tracks. For more details, see the summary and financing agreement and the supplemental resolution that went before the MTA Board in April 2015.
  • On January 1, 2014, MTA entered into a $350 million revolving credit agreement with the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) that is active through July 7, 2017.  The MTA has not drawn on this line of credit.  In the event that there are any draws on this line of credit, that information will be indicated here.  For more information, see the credit agreement.

Upcoming Transactions

  • On June 16, 2016, MTA is competitively pricing a $700 million Dedicated Tax Fund Bond Anticipation Notes transaction.  A Preliminary Offering Memorandum will be available soon and posted here.

    A posted preliminary disclosure document for a bond or note transaction will be replaced with the final disclosure document once the bonds or notes are sold. The final disclosure document will contain updates to the preliminary disclosure document, including applicable pricing information. Final disclosure documents can be found below under the heading “Official Statements and Remarketing Circulars”, as well as on EMMA for the specific CUSIP.

Voluntary Disclosure Notices

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