martin at templot.com
Sat Dec 12 13:52:00 UTC 2020
On 12/12/2020 13:16, Mark Goodge wrote:
> Out in a rural area, nearly everybody would call that length
> of road, especially one that links a public highway with private farm
> tracks, a track or access road.
I'm not sure about that. In this part of the world, a roadway which
links from a public road to a private residence is called a "drive" (not
usually "driveway") irrespective of the length, or what other tracks or
footpaths connect to it, and also irrespective of its legal status as a
public byway or public bridleway.
If it's a public highway for all, it's just called a "road" or "lane".
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