Distance between Utility Poles?


Utility poles are large wooden poles that are put up to support power lines, fiber optic cables, transformers, and street lights. They are very commonly seen in cities since they require lots of lighting. The distance between utility poles depends on the city and their needs for whatever the utility poles support. The distance can also vary depending on the terrain and land easements. On average, the distances can range from 325 to 340 feet.
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The average distance between utility poles ranges from 325 feet to 340
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