Like many cities, Syracuse, N.Y., faces problems with maintaining aging infrastructure, and with nearly 180 water main breaks per year, emergency repairs on its water and sewer lines were straining city resources. To get ahead of problems, the city’s Innovation Team worked with several departments and summer fellows from the Eric & Wendy Schmidt Data Science for Social Good project at the University of Chicago to develop an early warning system for water infrastructure problems.

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