Worst Roads Campaign Facts.

Since 2003, CAA’s Worst Roads campaign has provided road users across Ontario the opportunity to nominate roads they believe are in urgent need of repair.
CAA encourages all road users to voice their opinions about road conditions through voting. After voting is complete, CAA releases the results with an Ontario Top 10 Worst Roads list, and a series of regional Top 5 lists.
Municipalities across Ontario are responsible for over 140,000 kilometres of road and over 15,000 bridges and large culverts that are used by over nine-million licensed drivers across the province.
In 2016, over 2,500 roads across Ontario were nominated in CAA’s Worst Roads campaign.
Steeles Avenue in Toronto reached the top of the Ontario Top 10 list four times, while Toronto’s Dufferin Street claimed the top spot three times.
County Road 49 in Prince Edward County was voted as Ontario’s Worst Road last year.