Prince George's County Height, Weight & Underclearance Restrictions

Bridges on State Maintained Highways with Vertical Clearances less then 14 Feet 6 Inches.

Prince George's County-Height Restrictions

Bridge No. Route No. Crossing Min. Vertical Clearance Max. Vertical Clearance

1610803/1610804

MD 4

Race Track Road

13’-5”

13’-5”

1616005/1616006

I-95

Suitland Parkway

14’-1”

14’-1”


Harbor Tunnel Clearance - 14' Maximum Allowable Height of Vehicle and Load 13'.
The vertical clearance limitations shown on this sheet are not guaranteed. Due to resurfacing of highways etc. these are subject to change and may be greater at certain positions under a structure. If dimensions are to be used to determine routes for exact movement, field measurements will be necessary.

Prince George's County-Weight Restriction

Bridge No. Route No. Crossing Single Unit Vehicle Combination Vehicle

1604800

MD 978

Collington Branch

56,000

80,000

1610900

MD 717

Western Branch

58,000

68,000


This chart shows structures on the State of Maryland Highway System that cannot carry legal weight vehicles. If you need to move an overweight load into or through Maryland please call 1-888-375-1084 for assistance.

Prince George's County-Underclearance over Navigable waterways

Bridge No. Carrying Over Approx. Vertical Underclearance in feet

1617305/1617306

IS 95

Potomac River

70


Bridge underclearances over navigable waterways are estimated vertical distances above normal water surface levels. These levels can vary considerably from season to season and for tidal waters will vary daily. Undercleance for tidal waters is above mean high tide. Therefore, because of these variations the elevations are provided as a service to the public as a guide and the information should be verified by field measurements by the boater if the exact underclearance is critical to the boater. SHA does not accept liability for inaccurate information.

*** These are movable bridges; the underclearance shown is for bridge in a closed condition. Click here for schedule of opening and closings

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