For general information about public rights of way (footpaths, bridleways, restricted byways and byways open to all traffic) go to Suffolk's Public Rights of Way website.
To view a working copy of the Definitive Map, which shows all legally recorded public rights of way, go to Suffolk County Council's website.
Suffolk County Council is responsible for maintaining public rights of way. To report a problem, such as a broken fingerpost or an obstruction, on a footpath, bridleway, restricted byway or byway open to all traffic.
If you are proposing to create, divert or extinguish a public right of way please contact Sharon Berry, Communities Officer (Public Rights of Way), before completing an application form.
Online information, application forms and guidance notes for creating, diverting or extinguishing a public right of way are shown below: