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Walking, Cycling and Public Rights of Way
Information about cycling and walking in Nottingham including maps and details about public rights of way including the register of gating orders, local access forum and the rights of way improvement plan.
Walking in Nottingham
Improvements are planned for a network of primary pedestrian routes. The Primary Pedestrian Routes (PPR) initiative involves investing in a network of links between the City Centre, regeneration areas and the surrounding inner city communities that are currently awkward and unattractive for pedestrians. Further information is available on the walking in Nottingham page along with maps of walks (and rides) around Nottingham.
Cycling is often the fastest way of getting around in built up areas. It is also a healthy and cheap way of getting around Nottingham and enjoying yourself. The cycling page offers information about adult and child cycle training along with a link to the online cycle journey planner.
Public Rights of Way
Public rights of way are just like roads; they provide a means of travelling from one place to another and are protected by highway law and legislation. This means that if a path is recorded as public on the Definitive Map and Statement of public rights of way, they remain as public rights of way even if no physical evidence exists or they are unrecognisable on the ground. Further information is available on the public rights of way page.