Facing costs incurred by this winter’s mega-snow, Boston’s MBTA might consider catastrophe bonds as a hedge against future damage.

The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority had previously looked into cat bonds and decided not to pursue issuance, according to Jonathan Davis, deputy general manager and chief financial officer at the agency.  

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