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Milton Keynes

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It is worth noting that the road names given above also go by different names on the ground, '''Milton Keynes''' is based on a grid system road network, and major roads are named H (for horizontal) and V (for vertical) and are assigned a number, i.e. H5. This makes navigation within the town itself very easy given that you know where you want to end up. However, it can be confusing as to which A-road or B-road you are on! It is also worth mentioning that the majority of the main roads through '''Milton Keynes''' are bordered by wide (often VERY wide) grass verges which make navigating the road network on foot very easy. Also the majority of the "Redway" paths that run all over the town match up conveniently with the road network, emerging at bus stops which might make good hitching spots for example.
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