CHICAGO — Honing in on infrastructure investment to revitalize Chicago’s landscape and economy, Mayor Rahm Emanuel put a price tag of $7.3 billion on public works projects planned over the next four years and pressed airlines to support a fourth new runway at O’Hare International Airport.

Emanuel laid out the “Building a New Chicago” program for the city and its sister agencies in a speech Thursday at a union headquarters. Most of the projects have previously been announced.

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