CAA has fired up their annual practice of naming and disparaging Ontario’s worst roads.
The 2019 edition of the CAA’s Worst Roads campaign is afoot and they are seeking your nominations for potholes, disintegrating pavement, poor or non-existent cycling lanes, walking paths and inadequate road signs.
With more than 3,500 roads nominated last year, Ottawa was lucky – none of our roads appeared on the provinces Top 10 list. But, don’t be fooled, we do have some problematic roads. Carling Avenue was named as eastern Ontario’s fourth worst road as always seems to be par for course.
Last year’s campaign saw the highest number of nominations since CAA began its campaign over 15 years ago.
Until April 26, you can nominate Stittsville’s or Ottawa’s worst road on the CAA’s website.