The Evergreen Point Floating Bridge is officially named: ‘Governor Albert D. Rosellini Bridge—Evergreen Point.’ It is the longest floating bridge in the world at 7,500 feet. Locals call it the ‘Evergreen Point Floating Bridge,’ or the ‘520 Bridge,’ because it is Highway 520 which carries traffic between Seattle across Lake Washington to Medina on the Eastside and to the communities of Bellevue, Kirkland and Redmond. The Bridge was opened on August 28, 1963 as a four lane highway, and carried a toll until 1979.
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