DALLAS -- Moody's Investors Service last week upgraded to A1 from A $38.7 million of uninsured sales tax revenue bonds sold by the Denver Regional Transportation District.

The action comes more than three years after Moody's cut the rating one notch, to single-A, in April 1988 because of concern over the possibility of a competing transit authority and a weakening economy.

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