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Give to Streetsblog and You Could Win a Sweet Tern Folding Bike

Are you a regular Streetsblog reader? Do you count on our reporting to stay informed about policies that affect walking, biking, and transit? Do you value the work we do to explain streets and transportation issues and hold public officials accountable for their decisions?

If you do, please keep us going strong as we head into 2016 and make a tax-deductible year-end contribution.

Streetsblog relies on reader support to produce original reporting and commentary. We're making the case day in and day out to repurpose street space from cars to people. We're prodding public officials to do more for safe streets and better transit. And we're amplifying the voices of neighborhood advocates who want to be able to walk and bike free from the fear of traffic.

Our work commands the attention of decision makers in government and opinion shapers in mass media, and your donations directly fund our work.

This year we have a great prize to raffle off to one lucky donor -- a folding bike from Tern Bicycles. (Thank you Tern!) Make a tax-deductible gift before the end of the year and you’ll be entered to win this beauty, a Link D8:

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If you've given before, continuing your support is essential. And if you're giving for the first time, that's going to make a big difference going forward. Thanks for your support and for making Streetsblog an effective voice for transforming our streets.

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