SAN FRANCISCO -- California municipal analysts on Friday received a preview of some major transportation-related deals coming to market in future years, but an out-of-state issuer, the Denver International Airport, captured much attention as well.

The all-day spring meeting of the California Society of Municipal Analysts featured an overview of financing plans for the $1.8 billion Alameda Corridor, which is designed to improved railroad and highway access from downtown Los Angeles to the ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles. Analysts also heard from the San Francisco Airport Department, which plans to spend $1.2 billion on major capital projects next year and $800 million in 1996.

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