Talk:Wiltshire Council

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Class III / Unclassified

The article currently states:

For its Class III road network, Wiltshire County Council uses "C" prefixes. They also choose to number their Unclassified Road network, but with no letter prefix.

However, according to the first link, Class III roads and unclassified roads are the same thing. -- Viator (talk) 16:38, 11 June 2017 (BST)

If I'm understanding your point correctly (I may not be!), I think the point is that there is a difference between Classified Unnumbered Roads, which are Class III and numbered by the LA (but not by central government), and unclassified roads, which aren't classified and may or may not be numbered by the LA. C2r (talk) 06:27, 12 June 2017 (BST)

They aren't the same thing, except colloquially which is I think what that article is trying to say. There is historically a funding difference between Classified Unnumbered Roads and Unclassified Roads, either, one or both of which can be numbered by the relevant Highway Authority. Steven (talk) 11:13, 12 June 2017 (BST)

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