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2:01 PM PST on December 20, 2016

It's that time of year when everyone asks for your financial support, and California Streetsblog is no exception. At Streetsblog, we're working all year round to bring you coverage that you don't always see elsewhere.

In 2016, for example, we provided in-depth coverage of transportation tax measures on ballots throughout the state.

We gave background on important planning changes that are slowly changing California as a result of legislation and money from cap-and-trade. Our coverage extended to include discussions on issues related to transportation like climate change, equity, and housing.

As always, we provided continuous coverage of transportation issues in the state government, including bills and negotiations around how to fund transportation—and, equally important, what California needs to invest in to create sustainable communities.

We kept working on coverage of local issues, especially in the Central Valley, that reflect concerns of communities around the state.

We provided connections to our sister sites in LA and SF, as well as national coverage of similar issues at Streetsblog USA, and of course we attended and wrote about as many fun bike celebrations as we could.

We upgraded our website to make it easier to navigate and read the stories you're interested in--and we hope you are enjoying the new site as much as we are.

Your support would mean we could keep doing this into the future, at a time when independent, high-quality journalism is more important than ever.

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