O'Hare expansion is "runway to nowhere," critics charge

02/18/2009 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Critics of an expansion plan at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport have launched broadcast and print ads to drum up opposition to the $15 billion project. "The plan is so poorly conceived the airlines don't want it, and air-traffic control experts question the safety and the runway traffic it will cause," says the broadcast ad, which will begin airing next week. City officials counter that the project is needed to boost capacity and reduce delays at the airport.

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