SAN FRANCISCO - Alaska's plans to build a new toll bridge using a public-private partnership appear to have hit the doldrums amid questions over the project's cost and whether or not it is needed.

Both the state and the federal government have requested a review of the Knik Arm Crossing's projected costs before moving forward, said Gordon Keith, assistant commissioner at the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities.

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