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Yes, but it’s hugely expensive and a potentially bottomless pit. Funding for Rights of Way is a low priority for highways authorities and the costs of repairs, which are often required repeatedly, are high.  Derbyshire County Council allocated £255,000 for Long Causeway. Before opening in 2012, more than £500,000 was spent in repairing the Roych section of the of the Pennine Bridleway. A year later Derbyshire County Council spent a further £24,000 on the Roych to repair damage from MVUs. In today’s economic climate it doesn’t make sense to spend more money on these routes when Traffic Regulation Orders could resolve the problem at a fraction of the cost.