Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Klingle Valley Bridge, Northwest, Washington, DC

The Klingle Valley Bridge in Northwest DC is a fascinating work of engineering, spanning one of the many deep ravines that empty out into the Rock Creek Valley. About a decade ago, a portion of Klingle Valley Road, which passes underneath Connecticut Avenue and the aforementioned bridge, washed out in a storm. The battle to either reopen or permanently remove the road has continued ever since.See the website arguing to reopen the road here.See the website arguing to keep the road closed here.

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