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The Google view you link to in your post ironically shows another issue regarding cycling lanes: Note the orange sign indicating a lane closure, placed pretty much in the center of the bike lane. This forces cyclists to move to the left into traffic likely travelling at 50 mph. I see this kind of thing regularly while riding in the MD/DC area. Annoying, and dangerous.

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