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Typical Moco. There is probably a corresponding sign elsewhere that points another incorrect direction.

Although why direct people down Thayer? I think it will just confuse people when they run into a church. Unless if they put some sort of big thing atop the parking garage saying Metro here. Despite being further out of the way, Bonifant would make more sense. Even Silver Spring Ave if they put up one more sign back by the semi-alley street (forget the name).

Outside my office building in Bethesda there's a sign pointing up the street saying there's a bike station in 0.2 miles. There's actually one directly across the street from the sign. Weird.

Ah Montgomery County. They try so hard, but often come up just a little short. They have so many bike lanes in the middle of nowhere and end up nowhere. Why should be expect better of their signage.

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