Washington state officials have unveiled the latest in a series of plans for expanding the regularly clogged Evergreen Point Bridge that spans Lake Washington in Seattle. The plan calls for a new bridge that could reach 50 to 60 feet higher, in some places, than the current roadway, and the bridge could double in width to nine lanes wide in Portage Bay, displacing several buildings, including federal marine research labs and a museum.

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