Now that Alaska apparently has given up on its federally funded Bridge to Nowhere, a.k.a. the Gravina Island bridge, iParade magazine has christened another proposed span in Alaska the “>brother of the Bridge to Nowhere”: the Knik Arm Bridge that would connect Anchorage with Point MacKenzie, population 232, at a cost of hundreds of millions of dollars. Here’s the Nov. 11 iParade item about it, and here’s the official site of the Knik Arm Bridge and Toll Authority.
Brother of the Bridge to Nowhere
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