Cast Your Vote for the 2017 NYC Streetsies


Welcome to the Streetsies, our annual year-in-review in the guise of an online awards ceremony.

The polls are open until noon on December 26 for the nine people’s choice categories below. (New in 2017: Vote for the best addition to NYC DOT’s street design toolkit, the best new advocacy tactic, and the most hellacious subway catastrophe.)

After you vote, please consider capping off your year with a donation to Streetsblog and Streetfilms. There are huge opportunities to improve NYC streets and transit in 2018, and we need your support to make the most of them.

Enjoy the holiday, Streetsblog readers! We’ll return next week to reflect on the last 12 months and reveal the full slate of Streetsies, with regular publishing resuming on January 2.











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Delivery worker Liqiang Liu speaking on the steps of City Hall. Photo: David Meyer

The 2017 NYC Streetsies, Part 3

This is it folks, the final Streetsies installment and the last Streetsblog NYC post of 2017. We're going out with a look at the best advocacy and the best elected officials of the year, plus a curated assortment of highs and lows (mostly highs).