Cast Your Vote for the 2012 Streetsies

Happy holidays, Streetsblog readers. As we go into our year-end reporting break, Streetsblog SF is finally taking part in the tradition known as the Streetsie Awards. What that means is you get the chance look back on the year and vote on which of the nominees — the good and the bad — will win in five categories.

The polls will be open until Monday at midnight. Next week, we’ll come back with some wrap-up commentary doling out the awards in these categories, along with some editor’s picks. We’ll be back on our regular reporting schedule January 2.

Enjoy your voting, everyone.

Best Livable Streets Story

Total Voters: 151

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Best Bike Improvement

Total Voters: 160

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Most Anticipated Transportation Improvement for Next Year

Total Voters: 163

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Biggest Fumble

Total Voters: 153

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Worst Police Traffic Scandal

Total Voters: 149

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