The width of a public highway, acquiesced by dedication, is to be determined as a question of fact by the character and extent of the user, or the amount actually dedicated to public use. Donovan v. Union Pacific Railroad Co., 104 Neb. 364, 177 N.W. 159 (1920). See also Burkhardt v. Cihlar, 149 Neb. 712, 32 N.W.2d 197 (1948).
SEE ALSO ROAD WIDTH