Budget Director Susie Park shows a breakdown of the $4.4 billion needed for maintenance of city infrastructure over the next five years, including $2.7 billion the city has not accounted for.

Chicago is billions of dollars short of the money needed to bring the city’s aging streets, water pipes, traffic lights and public buildings up to par with modern standards, leaders of multiple city agencies told aldermen on Tuesday.

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