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Every now and then, we ask our readers for help keeping Streetsblog California up and running. If you haven’t already donated to Streetsblog, please consider doing so now. Every dollar donated goes into helping us pay our staff, hire freelancers, and program more educational and fun events.

Over the next two weeks, you’ll see articles and letters from some of our supporters explaining why they think Streetsblog California is an essential part of the movement to create safer streets, better bike infrastructure, and more and better transit options.

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