Report: Chicago officials underestimated cost of O'Hare project

07/24/2005 | USA Today

A government review revealed officials underestimated the cost of expanding Chicago's O'Hare International Airport. Officials thought the project, intended to alleviate flight congestion, would cost $15 billion. The report, scheduled for release today, urges the Federal Aviation Administration to verify the city's cost estimates.

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