Investor information

Terms of use

The information here is provided by the MTA Finance Department, which is responsible for the financing of the MTA's capital needs through the issuance of debt securities.

The Finance Department is responsible for overseeing the MTA's debt portfolio and derivative portfolio, including interest rate swaps and fuel hedges.

Municipal advisor disclosure

The MTA intends that market participants receive and use the above letter for purposes of the independent registered municipal advisor exemption to the Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC’s) Municipal Advisor Rule.

This IRMA exemption letter may be relied upon through December 18, 2021, unless withdrawn or modified by the MTA.

See the IRMA Exemption Letter, updated December 3, 2019.

A head-on view of a concrete and steel tunnel, illuminated from behind a construction vehicle on the tracks
System Expansion: Manhattan side of the East Side Access project below Grand Central Terminal.
A head-on view of the 7 Line Train in snow
Subway Assets: A train from the R188 fleet on the 7 line.

Green bonds and sustainability information

Contact us

Metropolitan Transportation Authority
Finance Department
2 Broadway
New York, New York 10004

(For MTA/TBTA bondholder inquiries only)

On Twitter: @mtabonds

Marcia Tannian, Deputy Director, Finance

Patrick McCoy, Deputy Chief, Financial Services

Contact trustees

For information about how to contact the Bond Trustee or to redeem bonds, see our trustee contact information.

Continuing disclosure

Note: MTA financial disclosure materials and event-based notices may also be accessed on EMMA.

View from side of Verrazzano-Narrows bridge
Bridges and Tunnels Assets: Verrazzano-Narrows Bridge
Flower mosaic at recently renovated 28th Street Station 6 Line
Station Renewal: NYCT 28th Street 6 Line Station Renewal