2010 Capitol Hill Round-up: Cast Your Vote for the Streetsie Awards

streetsies_2010Which lawmakers have been naughty in 2010? Which have been nice? Who deserves goodwill from supporters of sustainable transportation, and who should get nothing but a lump of coal?

This is your chance to decide. The Streetsie awards are a Streetsblog tradition, offering the bests and worsts of the year, determined by Streetsblog readers.

Voting opens now and stays open till December 30. We’ll announce the winners January 3.

Lawmaker Who’ll Be Missed the Most in the 112th

Most Short-Sighted Governor or Governor-Elect

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Most Important Action Congress Failed to Take in 2010

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Best TIGER Grant

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(you can find a PDF with a complete list of TIGER I grantees here and TIGER II grantees here)

Best Moment for Transportation Reform

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Best Cause for Optimism

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