Repair Klingle Road because it is economically efficient and
Repair Klingle Road to help move people and goods in Washington, DC in
an energy efficient manner.
Repair Klingle Road to help DC comply with the Clean Air Act.
Repair Klingle Road to improve public safety.
Repair Klingle Road because it preserves existing
transportation facilities. Preserving existing transportation facilities
is consistent with modern, metropolitan transportation guidelines
(Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act, and Surface
Transportation Policy Project), and with current "smart
growth" initiatives, including Sierra Club's "Restore the
The Coalition to Repair and Reopen Klingle Road, is a grassroots
organization of residents and businesses in Mount Pleasant, Crestwood,
Adams Morgan, Columbia Heights, 16th Street Heights, Palisades, Foxhall,
Cleveland Park, Woodley Park, and Shepherd Park, among others, who have
come together to urge the Mayor to repair and reopen Klingle Road
Our experience in meeting with neighbors and business owners and
collecting thousands of signatures shows that the strong support for
repairing and reopening Klingle Road continues to grow. The Coalition to
Repair Klingle Road believes that restoring Klingle Road to its historic
purpose as a public thoroughfare is the right way to go.
Our efforts are funded by the private donations of our members.