From Montgomery County Parks
Please Comment: Proposed Trail Signage along Rock Creek Hiker-Biker Trail
M-NCPPC Montgomery Parks is seeking input on proposed trail signage intended to improve wayfinding along the 14-mile hard surface Rock Creek Hiker-Biker Trail in Montgomery County, Maryland and the adjacent neighborhood trail connectors leading to the main trail. Input will also be used to inform the development of a Trail Signage Design Manual that will be used as a standard for future hard surface trail signage improvement projects in the Montgomery Parks trail system.
Trail users are encouraged to review proposed trail signage available at www.ParkProjects.org and submit comments bySeptember 30, 2013 for consideration in the design and development of trail signage for the Rock Creek Hiker-Biker Trail. For more information, visit www.ParkProjects.org or call 301-495-2595.
I noticed that the Gateway signs make reference to the Washington, DC "border" which is odd because usually things around here refer to it as the "boundary." [It stick out for me because I was once made fun of for saying that I grew up near the Texas-Louisiana "border." "In most places we call that a stateline and borders are between countries; but in Texas, of course, it's the border" this person said and it's probably accurate.]