CAA Releases Top 10 List for Worst Manitoba Roads

After thousands of nominations and votes from motorists across the province, CAA Manitoba has released a list of the top 10 roadways as part of its Worst Roads campaign.

As reported earlier, St. James Street in Winnipeg was the number one worst road, according to drivers. The remaining list is made of up seven Winnipeg roads and three major Manitoba highways.

The results:

  1. St. James Street — Winnipeg — 459 votes
  2. Highway 21 — Manitoba — 184 votes
  3. Marion Street — Winnipeg — 142 votes
  4. Highway 10 — Manitoba — 123 votes
  5. Molson Street — Winnipeg — 115 votes
  6. Route 90 — Winnipeg — 99 votes
  7. Trans-Canada Highway — Manitoba — 79 votes
  8. McGillivray Boulevard — Winnipeg — 61 votes
  9. Loudoun Road — Winnipeg — 60 votes
  10. Empress Street — Winnipeg — 54 votes
CAA Manitoba will present this data, including a full provincial report, to government officials.


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