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Part of the problem in Prince George's County is that the map doesn't have any on-road biking represented on that map. (The majority of the problem is with reality, not with the map, however.)

What is that bike path that appears to be heading down 193 east of the Indian Creek Trail?

Folks should be encouraged to give Metro feedback via the online survey: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm=Sh78QMSfJB9QPsAxvgoKlg_3d_3d

I think you're letting Montgomery County off the hook. Much of the county features narrow shoulderless roads that are bad enough to scare a budding roadie off the streets and back to the very limited bike path network (which is precisely what happened to a friend of mine).

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