Happy Thanksgiving! And Take Our Survey!

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Happy Thanksgiving! We at Streetsblog are thankful for your readership and your commitment to sustainable transportation and land use. We’ll be taking the long weekend off to enjoy our turkeys and tofurkys and the company of our loved ones. We hope you’ll be doing the same.

But first, would you do us a big favor and fill out our reader survey? It’ll take you five minutes, it has no trick questions, and it’s a huge help to us.

Thank you! We’ll see you Monday!

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