State Route 520 (SR 520) - Seattle to Redmond

State Route 520 is a 12.82 mile highway that begins at in Seattle at Interstate 5 at the north end of Capitol Hill and travels East across Lake Washington on the Evergreen Point Floating Bridge to Medina. Traveling East from Medina, the 520 crosses  two small peninsulas, skirting  Hunts Point and Yarrow Point on the North and Clyde Hill on the South. Crossing the northern part of Bellevue, the highway intersects the Interstate-405, crosses Microsoft's main campus and ends at State Route 202 in Redmond.

The 520 Evergreen Floating Bridge, at 7,578 feet,  is the longest floating bridge in the world. It's official name is the Governor Albert D. Rossellini Bridge.  Approximately 115,000 automobiles cross the bridge on a daily basis.  The bridge provides views of the Olympic Mountains, Husky Stadium, University of Washington campus, Mount Baker, the Cascade Mountains and Mount Rainier.
Map State Route 520 (SR 520) - Seattle to Redmond