# How Much Does A Street Light Pole Weigh?

## How much does a stop sign pole weigh?

2 lbs per footA: Sign posts are typically 2 lbs per foot.

3lb/ft and 4lb/ft posts are available as well..

## What is the distance between two street lights?

Technically, the distance between two street lamps should be 29 meters. This is defined by calculations of pole heights and other factors. Intention of keeping a standard distance is to maintain good illumination on streets. But at many places in PCB the distance between two lamps is as much as 50 meters.

## How heavy is a street light pole?

Technical SpecsWeight (lbs)520OD Top (in)6.0Wall Thickness7gaBolt Circle on Center (in)11 – 13Bolt Projection (in)4 – 4.53 more rows

## How high should street lights be?

9 to 14 feetIn most cases, street pole heights range from 9 to 14 feet. Ideally, the street light pole should provide sufficient light without there being an excessive glare. Although they help fight crime, street lights are meant to illuminate the way for pedestrians, cyclists, and motorists.

## Is it illegal to climb a telephone pole?

Utility poles are too slick to safely climb without the correct climbing gear. Plus it’s illegal to climb a utility pole.

## How many feet apart are street lights?

Mid-block units are to be spaced between 110 and 130 feet apart alternating from one side of the street to the other. Spacing between units on the same side of the street will typically be 250 feet. Spacing adjustments may be required due to private driveways locations.

## How close can I build to a utility pole?

A vertical clearance of at least 12 feet must be maintained from the primary arm of the power pole to any structure. A vertical clearance of at least 8 feet must be maintained from the secondary arm of the power pole to any structure.

## How heavy is a utility pole?

They weigh 1,695 pounds to 6,585 pounds. Besides electricity, many of them also bear Comcast and AT&T utility lines. The depth they are set is 10 percent of the pole length, plus 2 feet. So a 40-foot pole is set in a 6-foot hole, and is surrounded by compacted gravel.

## How much does a 50 foot tree weigh?

It depends on many factors. To help you understand better, an 80-foot hardwood tree with a 24-inch diameter can weigh as much as 20,000 pounds while a 50-foot pine tree with a 12-inch diameter will only weigh as much as 2,000.

## How big is a street sign?

The Standard Highway Signs and Markings (SHS) Book, produced by the FHWA, shows the general layout of various signs and is available on the FHWA’s MUTCD webpage. It shows a 12 inch height for 6 inch letters and an 8 inch height for 4 inch letters. This sizing is confirmed by both FHWA and NYSDOT.

## How much does a concrete light pole weigh?

Bolt size: 1 x 36 x 4 in. Net weight: 98 lbs.

## How much does a utility pole cost?

Cost: From \$350 to \$1,800. That’s just the pole. Add in labor and equipment costs, and it can cost as much as \$3,000 to replace a pole that has been knocked down by, say, a storm or a car.

## Who is responsible for replacing a utility pole?

If it is located on private property say you had one installed on your property then you are. If you rented or had one installed through the Electric company then they would maintain it.

## How long does a wooden utility pole last?

30 to 40 yearsAn Electric Power Research Institute study suggested that wood poles lasted 50 years. Most utilities assume that their poles provide 30 to 40 years of service life.

## How much does a 25 ft telephone pole weigh?

The Premium Poleclassweight (in pounds)25490306503582918 more rows

## How tall is a power pole?

The standard utility pole in the United States is about 40 ft (12 m) long and is buried about 6 ft (2 m) in the ground. However, poles can reach heights of 120 ft (37 m) or more to satisfy clearance requirements.

## How long does a telegraph pole last?

100 yearsWooden telegraph poles can last 100 years or more. Perhaps the oldest surviving one is 119 years old. Feeling sympathy for them? You can join the Telegraph Pole Appreciation Society for just a \$5 one-off fee.

## Who owns the utility pole?

One utility owns the pole, but multiple utilities use it — and each has its own way of numbering it.