Wait, what street is this?
Who's responsible: National Park Service
Cruising around Rock Creek Park in D.C. can be tricky enough with its circuitous roads, cutoffs and numerous exit ramps, but when street signs are missing it can be a downright headache to navigate.
No one is exactly sure how long it's been gone, but the street sign for Sherrill Drive at the intersection with Beach Drive is nowhere to be found. The good news for drivers and cyclists is that the National Park Service (NPS) feels your pain.
Bill Line, a NPS spokesman, said a member of Rock Creek Park's maintenance staff agreed there should be a street sign and requested that it should be made. Once the sign is made, Rock Creek Park staff will post it. Line said it would take a few weeks for the process to be completed.
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