Mark your calendars! The
DC Department of Transportation will hold a public scoping meeting
to present 5 alternatives for the repair and reopening of Klingle
Road. They will solicit public comments at this meeting so it is
imperative that you attend. More information to follow.
Klingle Road Transportation
This is being mailed
today to 500 households in the Klingle Road area from DDOT:
The Department of Transportation, in
partnership with the Federal Highway Administration is conducting a
Transportation Travel Survey as part of the Klingle Road
Environmental Impact Study (EIS).
As a component of this study,
representatives of DDOT, and their contractor NuStats, will
interview residents in your area. Your participation is greatly
appreciated because it will help DDOT better understand the travel
patterns of households in the communities adjacent to Klingle Road.
If you choose to participate in this important survey, you will
receive a phone call from an associate of NuStats, on behalf of
DDOT. During the first phone call, NuStats will collect information
about your household, including how many vehicles are available to
members of your household. Your response will aid DDOT in
accurately capturing the existing transportation patterns in your
Once you agree to participate in the study, you will be asked to
keep a diary of where, when, and how you make trips for a one-day
period. Many people do not realize how many trips they make in a
single day until they keep a diary. I am sure you will find it
interesting. Please rest assured; all information provided through
this survey is strictly confidential and will only be used for the
Klingle Road EIS.
1. Which community do you live in?
2. How long has your household lived in ______?
3. How many people live in your household?
4. And how many vehicles are available to members of your
5. What is the year, make and model of the vehicle you drive the
6. And which best describes your vehicle?
7. How many bicycles in working condition are available to your
household for traveling to work, school, shopping, or other travel
In order for them to prepare travel logs, they will need to collect
names, ages, race, gender, address and phone number. They will ask
what your work situation is, whether you have a part time job, more
than 1 job; do you volunteer. They will ask your highest level of
education; if you are enrolled in school, what school you attend.