New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority is planning a deal worth about $200 million with a team of contractors led by Lockheed Martin Corp. to set up an "integrated electronic security system" around major bridges, tunnels and subway and train stations. The deal, part of the authority's counterterrorism program, will include installing closed-circuit television cameras, and other intelligence software to monitor whether suspicious packages have been left on trains or other places.

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