Bid While You Can: Streetsblog’s Online Auction Ends Tonight at 9 PM

There are just over 12 hours left in Streetsblog’s first online auction, with more than a dozen items up for grabs. Whether or not you win an auction item in the end, your bids will help Streetsblog and Streetfilms produce media that makes the case for safer streets, effective transit, and livable neighborhoods. So why wait to snipe at the last minute?

Prizes include a new Breezer bikeRickshaw bagsphotographs by Peter Lika hand-painted Belle helmetCleverhood rain cape, livable streets-themed signs by Smart Sign (they really make a statement in your apartment) — and a lot more.

Auction item winners can specify which Streetsblog outlet you’d like to direct your donation to, or make an open-ended contribution to our areas of greatest need. The auction is over at 9:00 p.m. Pacific on Halloween. Happy bidding!

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