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SR 520 Bridge Replacement and HOV Project - Corridor and Floating Bridge Gallery

See the Evergreen Point Bridge, the Portage Bay Bridge and the west side of the SR 520 corridor in sun, storm, sunset and heavy traffic.

There are 16 photos in this photo gallery. 

Scenic Photos

 Looking east on an autumn morning above the SR 520 Bridge with Medina and Hunts Point in the background.  Southeast view of Lake Washington and the SR 520 Bridge on a misty winter morning.  The western high-rise of the SR 520 Bridge with Madison Park in the background.  Sunset at the eastern approach, facing west.  Traffic on the eastern approach at night.  The ā€œSā€ curve leading to the western approach of the floating bridge span.
Autumn Winter Western
High-Rise
Sunset Night Traffic Western Approach
 A view of the drawspan from the air.  Looking east along the south side of the SR 520 Bridge on a calm morning.  Looking east from the north side of the western approach.  Seattle Harbor Patrol keeps a watchful eye on the bridge from the water.  Crews open the drawspan to repair recent storm damage.
Mid Span South Side North Side Harbor Patrol Open
Drawspan

Traffic on the SR 520 Bridges and Corridor

 Commuters travel eastbound on SR 520.  Drivers cross the floating bridge on a stormy morning.  One hundred and fifty-five thousand people use the bridge each day to travel between Seattle and the east side of Lake Washington.  Traffic heads east over the floating bridge.  Afternoon commute into Seattle from the east side of Lake Washington.
Portage Bay
Traffic
Stormy
Commute
Traffic at
Mid-span
Eastbound
Traffic
Westbound
Traffic