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Can someone tell me how traffic free sections are indicated on a route please?
BTW love the web-site.
It’s shown on the basemap. A red outline (double red line) is used for paved traffic-free routes. Unpaved traffic-free routes are a dashed brown line, or a dotted brown line for a rougher surface.
Motor-free, please. Some of them have lots of traffic at times ☺
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