Get Ready to Vote for the Worst Roads

A street near you in dire need of repair? Nominate it in CAA’s annual Worst Roads campaign

A pothole in the middle of a wet, snowy road.

The spring thaw is under way and while that’s undoubtedly a good thing, there’s one problem. The receding snow will lay bare a profusion of potholes and other issues with Ontario’s roads.

Stand up and be counted

But you don’t have to grin and bear it. If you travel on a street that’s in especially rough shape, whether it’s from bad conditions, gridlock, unsafe conditions for pedestrians and cyclists, or poor signage, nominate it as part of CAA’s annual Worst Roads campaign. Once the votes are tallied, we’ll announce which of Ontario’s roads are most in need of some attention.

Your vote makes a difference

Now in its 17th year, the campaign has been instrumental in pushing municipal governments to fix the roads most in need of repair. Barrie’s Duckworth Street, a regular finalist on the list, underwent a $10.3-million overhaul in 2019, and Hamilton’s Burlington Street East, twice named Ontario’s Worst Road, was resurfaced thanks to $3.3 million in funding in 2018.

Make your voice heard

To learn more, visit the Worst Roads website for details.

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