Report a problem with a public footpath, bridleway or byway.
Use our online form to report problems with:
Report a problem with a public right of way onlineExternal link
- public footpaths (not roadside pavements) - for use by pedestrians
- public bridleways - for use by people on foot, horseback or bicycle
- byways open to all traffic - these have full vehicular rights, but are mainly used as bridleways
- restricted byways - these have rights on foot, horseback, bicycle and non-mechanical vehicles such as horse and cart
Find out how to report problems with roads and pavements, including potholes, road markings and obstructions on our Report a problem with a road or pavement page.
Find out if a route is a public right of way
Use our map to find out if the problem you need to report is on a public right of way. You will also find useful information including the status and identifying number of the route.
Public rights of way mapExternal link