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In places these lanes may have gravel in the road - take care! We follow the Quiet Lane for several miles. www.dft.gov.uk/pgr/roads/tpm/tal/trafficmanagement/quietlanesa Quiet Lanes are a Countryside Agency initiative, which has the support of the Department for Transport. Quiet Lanes are minor rural roads which are appropriate for shared use by walkers, cyclists, horse riders and motorised users. They should have low traffic flows travelling at low speeds. http:// www.dft.gov.uk/pgr/sustainable/homezones/circular22006thequietlanesan5740 ??Quiet Lane entry and exit signs to remind drivers that they are entering or leaving a Quiet Lane, a place where they may expect people to be using the whole of the road space for a range of activities.?
A typically quiet lane. We follow ‘Quiet Lane’ for several miles on our way to Sonning Common. These lanes will have gravel in places and gress growing up through the middle of the road. Good enough for road bikes, but take it steady
One of a number of quiet, tree-lined lanes typical of this part of the Chilterns