West sussex footpath maps online
With contributions by Alan Murray-Rust, Penny Mayes, Hugh Craddock, Barry Cornelius, Ed Kendrick, Oast House Archive, Ben Harris, DHL, David Sparkes, Alan Wilson, Adrian Cable, E Gammie and Andrew Norman.
There is a technical issue with some of the content on this page: some documents are missing and some are showing under the wrong councils. It is now published on new Order Notices and Order Decisions pages.
This web site can display a map showing rights of way for any of these authorities.
The underlying map can be from the Ordnance Survey, Open Street Map, Google or Bing.
In many cases, these also show temporary closures and diversions.
Some also show rights of way furniture, such as gates, stiles and bridges.
Changes to this web site are tweeted to @rowmaps and are also listed on the tweets web page.
WSCC Highways team are responsible for most roads-related issues, including problems with road condition, drainage, safety/speed limits etc.Here's a link to more details about the change in OS licensing.Please e-mail me if you know of any other authority that release their data with an Open licence.In National Parks, this may be delegated to the relevant National Park Authority.The rules in the other four jurisdictions covered by Geograph Britain and Ireland are different, and the above doesn't apply there.