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You’re Making Us GO! Thank You for Helping us Reach our July 1 Goal

Your support keeps Streetsblog San Francisco going. We asked, and readers, advocates, concerned citizens, and business leaders responded. Your contributions will keep Streetsblog SF moving forward in 2010. Our work is far from over, however. We need to build an ongoing funding base that will sustain StreetsblogSF over time and position us to expand our scope and impact.

We still need you to help Streetsblog SF keep moving forward in 2010 in beyond.

When Streetsblog San Francisco began a year and a half ago, we were lucky to have some generous start-up funding that allowed us to get reporters in the field, focus on content, and begin building this strong community of readers and commenters who have made the blog so vital to the sustainable transportation movement in the Bay Area. We now reach more than 60,000 monthly readers with key ideas and information that helps shape the narrative on local, national, and global livable streets issues. We were honored to receive the Golden Wheel Award from the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition recently.

You have helped make Streetsblog SF the critical forum for sustainable transportation in the Bay Area, and we need your support to keep us going.

Please consider a tax-deductible donation today.

Your donation will help ensure we can increase coverage of transit, bicycling, pedestrian safety, and sustainable development not just in San Francisco, but in Oakland, San Jose and Sacramento. Streetsblog has become the go-to source for transportation news in the Bay Area. We know the SFMTA, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors, other elected officials and other transportation agencies consult Streetsblog to get informed and make decisions on livable streets issues. If you already made a donation this year, thank you. If you haven't yet, please give today so we can continue to help shape the narrative on sustainable transportation issues in the Bay Area and throughout California. Thank you, Bryan Goebel, Editor