Thursday, February 14, 2013

New audit of MTA shows $90M in unaccounted funds

The New York Post reports:
A new audit found over $90 million in unaccounted funds that could have been used for the MTA’s operating budget. New York state comptroller Thomas DiNapoli also found that the MTA wasn’t documenting whether it was getting the maximum returns on its investments. “The MTA is leaving money on the table and in these tough times, every dollar counts,” DiNapoli said.
The great moments of public transportation.