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Most separate-grade overpasses are in the 15-20' range above the road/highway. However, due to higher land or a hill nearby, some highways have overpasses that are very tall, here's an interesting example I have: (I-476 over US-6/11). I don't know the exact height but it looks like it could be at least 100 feet. Anyone else have cool examples to share?

This one over the Ohio Turnpike is a definite candidate:

Another arch bridge, over SR 7 in Tacoma.

Two that come to mind are the Kingwood Pike bridge over I-68 at Morgantown:

and the Lilac Road bridge over I-15 in San Diego County:

Road Hog:
Do ramps count?


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