What Is the Minimum Height of an Unmarked Bridge?


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 standard minimum clearance of bridge on every part of a public highway is 16'6" (5.03m) report this answer. Updated on Monday, February 06 2012 at 01:35AM GMT. Source: www.transportscotland.gov.uk
I agree about the 16 feet 6 inches. Bridge headrooms used to be indicated in multiples of 3 inches. In addition the requirement on the highway authorities is (or was) to build in
There isn't one. Since the height of lorries varies between 10 feet and 16 feet, it's impossible to give a minimum height that 'most' can get under.. However, the minimum height of
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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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