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National Cycle Network
off-road cycle path
National Cycle Network
on-road cycle path
Traffic-free path Path or footway where
you should walk your bike
Bridleway/
Rough track
A number of our traffic free paths are Bridleways and Shared paths which are enjoyed by Horse riders and pedestrians too.
Cyclists must show respect to other users by giving way at all times, slowing down and using their bell before passing
Signposted on-road
cycle route
Road links Cycle lane Bus lane    
Road links are other possible road connections which can provide useful routes across the area, but which are shared with varying amounts and speeds of traffic.
Other roads One way street (shown
on road links only)
Steep hill (arrow
points down hill)
Council boundary line National Cycle Network
Cycle parking Toucan crossing Pedestrian crossing Railway station Level crossing Metro station
Tourist information
centre
Bus station Library Buildings School, college
or university
 
National Cycle Network
off-road cycle path
National Cycle Network
on-road cycle path
Traffic-free path Path or footway where
you should walk your bike
Bridleway/
Rough track
A number of our traffic free paths are Bridleways and Shared paths which are enjoyed by Horse riders and pedestrians too.
Cyclists must show respect to other users by giving way at all times, slowing down and using their bell before passing
Signposted on-road
cycle route
Road links Cycle lane Bus lane    
Road links are other possible road connections which can provide useful routes across the area, but which are shared with varying amounts and speeds of traffic.
Other roads One way street (shown
on road links only)
Steep hill (arrow
points down hill)
Council boundary line National Cycle Network
Cycle parking Toucan crossing Pedestrian crossing Railway station Level crossing Metro station
Tourist information
centre
Bus station Library Buildings School, college
or university