NEW YORK CITY (WABC) — The MTA’s reorganization plan calls for eliminating up to 2,700 jobs, according to a report prepared by the consulting group AlixPartners.

A summary of the $4 million report was released Friday, but the full report was released on Wednesday.

The cuts could save the agency between $350 and $500 million per year.

Under the plan, between 1,900 and 2,700 jobs could be eliminated, including some through layoffs if necessary.

The process could take two years, although Governor Andrew Cuomo wants to see progress in six months.

The reorganization “will prepare the agency to dramatically improve service, end project delays and cost overruns, and finally establish the modern system customers deserve,” the MTA said.

The agency said the first priority would be vacancy elimination and

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