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Overpasses, those elevated structures spanning roads and railways, are ubiquitous features of American transportation infrastructure. While their heights vary widely depending on location and purpose, understanding their average heights can be crucial for safe passage, especially for oversized vehicles.In America, the average overpass height hovers around 14 feet. However, this figure can fluctuate significantly based on factors such as urban versus rural settings, interstate versus local roads, and historical construction norms. Urban areas tend to have lower clearance heights due to denser development and older infrastructure, while rural regions may feature higher clearances to accommodate agricultural and industrial needs.