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Sound Off Here: Cast Your Votes For the 2012 Streetsie Awards!

9:00 AM EST on December 21, 2012

You've kept your opinions to yourself long enough, dear readers. You've spent the last year reading Streetsblog's coverage of the bloopers and blunders on the way to the transportation reauthorization, the chaos of the election cycle, the innovative initiatives and the insipid things state DOTs do. Now it's time for you to have your say.

The bests, the worsts, and some speculation for 2013 -- it's all right here. Cast your votes before 11:59 p.m. on December 26. We'll post results the next day.

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Now that you've voted, tell your Twitter followers and Facebook friends and Google circles to do the same! And check back December 27 for the results. In the meantime, enjoy your holiday!

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