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The Streetsies Have Landed: Cast Your Vote for the Best and Worst of 2014

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You've been waiting for it all year: your chance to sit in judgment of everyone who's been making our transportation system what it is today, from the advocacy heroes to the DOT bureaucrats to the drunk drivers. And you'll be glad to know that this year's batch of Streetsie polls are almost completely devoid of any Washington references to legislation and trust funds, because you know what? The bozos in Congress are going to have to actually do something one of these days to make it into the Streetsies. You don't get this honor for free.

You have one week to vote (and to tweet about it and cajole your friends and family members into voting too). Polls close at midnight Sunday, December 28. We'll post the results after the New Year.

See you on the flip side, friends!

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If you haven’t voted yet for the Best Street Transformation of 2014, which has been in progress since last week, here’s your chance. We’ll close it out with the others on December 28.

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