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The Metro's biggest issue isn't its finances, but its communications, according to Metro Board Chairman Mort Downey. Eno Center compared the Metro's finances to other large transit agencies, proving that D.C.'s debt is actually favorable to other cities. The Metro has $2 billion in current and long-term liabilities, while the MBTA in Boston has $9 billion in debt and the MTA in New York has $34 billion in debt. [WAMU] [Photo via Elvert Barnes]