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NEW YORK CITY-The opening sentence of Lt. Gov. Richard Ravitch’s report on transportation infrastructure, released this past Thursday, spells out the problem in stark terms: “New York State currently lacks the revenues necessary to maintain its transportation system in a state of good repair, and the state has no credible strategy for meeting future needs.” Developing that strategy will entail the state mapping out what Ravitch calls “a long-term blueprint that explains how it will meet its transportation needs. Otherwise, the state risks losing its ability to deliver projects that are essential for preserving safety, improving quality of life and maintaining economic competitiveness.”

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