Cast Your Vote for the 2011 Streetsies

It’s that time. Time to take stock of the year in livable streets. Time to revisit the great media bike freakout of 2011. Time to feel the agony of transit raids and savor the joy of victories over the bikelash all over again.

Yes, the polls are open for the people’s choice categories in Streetsblog’s annual Streetsie Awards. They will remain open until Monday at midnight.

Happy voting, and don’t forget to donate to Streetsblog and Streetfilms if you haven’t gotten around to contributing yet. There are some stylish Levi’s jeans in it for one lucky reader who gives before midnight tonight.

Update: Still have the urge to vote? The polls for the Capitol Hill Streetsies are now open.

Best Livable Streets Moment

Total Voters: 236

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Best Pedestrian Project

Total Voters: 192

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Best Bike Project

Total Voters: 203

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Biggest Setback

Total Voters: 222

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NIMBY of the Year

Total Voters: 215

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Favorite Installment of "The NBBL Files"

Total Voters: 116

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Favorite John Cassidy Smackdown

Total Voters: 105

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Best Marcia Kramer Segment

Total Voters: 156

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