CHICAGO — The Regional Transportation Authority of Illinois board put off a scheduled vote Wednesday on its 2013 budget due to an impasse over the level of fiscal information provided by one of its service boards on up to $1 billion of borrowing planned over the next five years.

RTA staff had raised concerns over the lack of a line item for debt service and detailed financial information in the Chicago Transit Authority's individual 2013 budget, two-year financial plan, and five-year capital budget on the borrowing plans, said RTA executive director Joseph Costello.

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