A second set of pontoons built in Tacoma are ready to be towed to the new 520 floating bridge site on Lake Washington.
The Washington Transportation Department has reached a settlement with the Texas company that was late in setting up tolling on the Highway 520 floating bridge on Lake Washington.
At the annual swearing-in ceremony on the Fourth of July at the Seattle Center, 520 people from 79 nations will become U.S. citizens.
The Transportation Department says drivers on the Highway 520 floating bridge will see construction barges move into place Thursday on Lake Washington to start work on a new floating bridge.
The peak toll on the Highway 520 floating bridge that began at $3.50 at the end of last year will rise to $4.35 in 2016 after a series of scheduled increases.
Washington Transportation Department officials warn drivers to expect congestion this weekend as construction crews close much of State Highway 520, including the floating bridge.
Drivers who crossed the Highway 520 toll bridge at Seattle and who don’t have the automatic Good To Go accounts will receive bills in the mail next week.
A lot of people are continuing to go out of their way to avoid paying the new Highway 520 bridge tolls.
Tolling on the 520 Bridge begins at 5:00am on Thursday, December 29.
New reminders on 520 make it clear – it will be a toll road in the next 10 days.