SAN FRANCISCO - Supporters of a planned Alaska toll bridge to be funded through a public-private partnership appear to have won a round this summer in legal maneuvering over the project's future, though major financing hurdles remain to be crossed.

The state's Knik Arm Bridge and Toll Authority is charged with building the Knik Arm Crossing, a bridge and causeway linking central Anchorage with the Port Mackenzie area of the Matanuska-Susitna Borough, across the two-mile wide ocean inlet called the Knik Arm, using tolls and a P3 concession.

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