The Crossroads of Special Operations

Tuesday, June 22, 2021

The plan to connect every British town | BBC Travel

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With all the technological improvements nowadays, none of them had made it possible to show how to walk between Britain’s cities and towns. But soon enough, a new national network of walking routes will connect every town, city, and thousands of villages across Britain. The national network of walking routes is known as the Slow Ways map, which will soon be tested at an upcoming Geovation hack day in London. The Slow Ways map uses existing public rights of way to create a national slow highway, which shows the safest, most direct, and most enjoyable way to walk anywhere in Britain.

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