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If you're reading this post, chances are you care deeply about creating safe, sustainable, and equitable streets. As we look toward 2016, Streetsblog is calling on our most important supporters -- our readers! -- to sustain our work covering the movement for streets and transportation systems where people take precedence over cars.

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