The aging Evergreen Point floating bridge across Lake Washington needs to be replaced soon, officials said after a weekend inspection of the span.
“This bridge is in jeopardy. This bridge is aging. This bridge needs to be replaced,” said Dave Dye, urban corridors administrator with the Washington state Department of Transportation, in a tour with politicians, media and community members.
More than 6,000 feet of cracks in the walls of the bridge were the most obvious signs that the structure, now in its fifth decade, is reaching the end of its useful life.
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