Happy Holidays!

All the yuletide spirit you can fit on one D.C. bikeshare bike. Photo by ##http://www.flickr.com/photos/benavente/##pablo.raw##
All the yuletide spirit you can fit on one D.C. bikeshare bike. Photo by ##http://www.flickr.com/photos/benavente/##pablo.raw##

You’ll be too busy spreading holiday cheer to read Streetsblog for the next couple weeks, so we figured we’d take some time off too. We won’t be posting much content until Congress comes back and the relaxing holiday break screeches to a halt on January 3.

We will interrupt our break, however, to post nominations for the 2010 Streetsie awards – a time-honored Streetsblog tradition to determine who made this a great year and who tried their best to screw it up.

Check in with us after Christmas to vote on the 2010 Streetsie nominations for the bests and worsts of the year, plus some New Year’s resolutions for 2011. Winners will be posted New Year’s Eve.

Have a great holiday! May your travels be safe and sustainable!

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