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2011 Capitol Hill Round-Up: Cast Your Vote for the Streetsie Awards

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It's been quite a year, Streetsblog readers. The transportation bill is still stalled in Congress, no one can agree on how to fund anything, bike-ped programs survived attack after attack only to get sucker-punched in the Senate bill, and we saw some states and cities make some pretty bad moves when it came to transportation policy.

But still, we saw bike-share popping up all over the country, we had more evidence that people were driving less and using transit more, and some visionary leaders led the way toward a better 2012.

Here's where we cheer the bests and jeer the worsts of the year. Cast your vote for the 2011 Capitol Hill Streetsies by midnight Tuesday night. And don't forget to donate to Streetsblog, so we can have more bests and fewer worsts next year.

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