Public Rights of Way in North Lincolnshire

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Public footpaths and bridleways in North Lincolnshire

North Lincolnshire boasts approximately 320 miles of public footpaths and bridleways that give walkers, horse riders, cyclists and off-road motorists access into the local countryside.

Public footpaths, bridleways and restricted byways are part of the overall highway network. We maintain and protect the use of these footpaths and bridleways.

Definitive Map

Public rights of way are recorded on the Definitive Map. You can see where public rights of way are located in North Lincolnshire by viewing the Definitive Map and the relevant modification orders (DMMOs).

To view further information visit our related webpages such as how to apply to make a DMMO, the Rights of Way Improvement Plan, the Local Access Forum, Current Notices relating to changes to the Definitive Map, Statutory Declarations, and Commons and Greens.

If you find a problem with a public right of way in North Lincolnshire, please tell us.


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