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Access Abbreviations

Postby Drift on Mon Feb 09, 2009 1:39 pm

NERC - Natural Environment & Rural Communities Bill
BOAT - Byway open to all traffic
ORPA - Other Route with Public Access
UUCR - Unsurfaced Unclassified County road
RUPP - Road used as public path
RB - Restricted byway
RT - Road traffic
FP - foot path
BW - Bridle Way
CROW - Countryside and Rights of Way Act 2000
MPV - Mechanically Propelled Vehicle
GLASS - green lanes association
LoS - List Of Streets
DM(S) - Definitive Map (Statment)
TRO - Traffic restriction order
CRAG - Countryside Recreational Access Group
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