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Microsoft urges a quick replacement of the 520 floating bridge with a bigger six-lane span, two of those lanes for carpools and buses.

Brad Smith of Microsoft said that after 13 years of debate and planning, it's time to act. The bridge is old, overcrowded, in danger of sinking in a storm or earthquake. Five thousand Microsoft employees rely on it each day.

Microsoft urges a quick replacement of Seattle's 520 floating bridge

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