Cast Your Vote for the 2014 Streetsie Awards

2014 certainly had its moments and its characters. As we head off for a holiday break, it’s time again to vote for the best and worst in San Francisco transportation in this year’s Streetsie Awards. The polls will be open until Friday at midnight.

Streetsblog will be taking a break from publishing for the week, and we’ll return with the awards round-up next week. We will return to our regularly-scheduled programming on January 2.

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Most Backwards Move by Mayor Ed Lee

Total Voters: 266

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Worst Defense of Cars-First Proposition L

  • Sean Parker: "Onerous DMV regulations and parking tickets only significantly disadvantage the working poor" (44%, 106 Votes)
  • Falsely telling petition signers Sunday parking meters had not been repealed (24%, 58 Votes)
  • David Looman: "The bike lobby is made up of kool-aid drinkers who think they’re saving the fucking world" (22%, 53 Votes)
  • Fabricating a boycott from bike advocates on Polk Street (10%, 23 Votes)

Total Voters: 240

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A Happy and Safe New Year from Streetsblog San Francisco

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