WASHINGTON — The proposed $400 million Satour light rail public-private partnership for San Juan, Puerto Rico, could be financed from any combination of parking garage revenue, fares and debt backed by revenue from special tax districts, representatives of the city and the Macquarie Capital infrastructure firm said Thursday.

The light rail, which the city has said will revitalize a corridor it has been seeking to further develop for years, is slated to open in 2015. The estimated cost of the 5.3-mile line is $365 million, with another $100 million for parking structures and other supporting development, city officials said.

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