Public rights of way: a review of provision by highway authorities (CRN100)

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The central aim of this research was to discover what progress LHAs (local highway authorities) had made between 2000 and 2005 in defining, maintaining and publicising their PROW (public rights of way) network. In the absence of a mechanism for montiroring progress, the research drew on a range of sources that provided an indication of progress rather than direct comparisons. The reasons for the difficulties in drawing reliable conclusions were variations in the interpretation of how the standard method was applied, development and use by some LHAs of significantly different methods of measurement, and the foot & mouth disease outbreak; (the subsequent PROW closures prevented maintenance work over much of the country’s network).
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