Hi there, Might be a stupid question, sorry if so. The legend doesn't clarify what is meant on the cycle map by the purple lines tagged 'NB' (United Kingdom) - e.g. on Old Wimpole Road. Can anyone clarify? Cheers

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Can you give us a link to the location?

(03 Aug '17, 15:02) scai ♦

Thanks for your answers!

(16 Aug '17, 20:54) casualo

It's the National Byway. It's shown as purple on the cycle map. The relation through Cambridgeshire is this one. It's tagged as a "regional cycling network". See also their website.

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answered 03 Aug '17, 15:11

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edited 03 Aug '17, 15:17

This indicates a National Byway. The NB label comes from the ref=NB tag.

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answered 03 Aug '17, 15:12

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Too slow :(

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