What Is the Minimum Height of an Unmarked Bridge?

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The minimum height of an unmarked bridge is 5.0 meters, which is around 16 feet 6 inches. You should note that any bridge that has a clearance that is less than that will bear a warning sign on it.
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The height of an unmarked bridge is about 5.0 metres, which is 16 ft 6. Any bridge with a clearance less than this will have a warning sign on them.
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