What’s become an annual event in the province, CAA Saskatchewan’s Worst Roads Campaign gets underway starting Friday.
From April 8 th to 29th, motorists can nominate and vote for their worst road.
Typically these are roads that have potholes, cracks, crumbling pavement and are in general disrepair, have poor signs or road markings, and have traffic congestion.
Motorists will be able to specify the section of the road they wish to nominate.
The top 10 roads will be announced on May 2nd
The CAA Worst Roads campaign will be monitored with updates on which roads in our province are getting the top votes.
Last year, the Worst Roads Campaign attracted 4,556 votes with Saskatchewan 354 near Dilke voted as the number one worst road in the province.
In 2014, the CAA Worst Roads Campaign garnered 4,651 votes and in 2013, 2,800 votes were tabulated while 2,900 votes were recorded in 2012.
The CAA Worst Roads Campaign helps put a spotlight on troublesome and even dangerous road conditions in the province and is one tool to help address those roads in most need of attention.