CAA Manitoba Launches Fourth Annual Manitoba’s Worst Roads Campaign

CAA Manitoba Launches Fourth Annual Manitoba’s Worst Roads Campaign

Potholes
The intersection of Ness Avenue and Ferry Road is riddled with potholes. (CHRISD.CA)

Manitoba streets aren’t getting any better, apparently.

CAA Manitoba launched their fourth annual Manitoba Worst Roads Campaign Tuesday on Pembina Highway, asking Manitobans to vote for the worst road in the province.

CAA Manitoba said they want Manitobans to look for roads with infrastructure issues like traffic congestion, potholes and pedestrian safety. Pembina Highway has been in the Top 10 for the past three years.

“Pembina Highway epitomizes what a Worst Road in Manitoba looks and feels like,” says Mike Mager, President and CEO of CAA Manitoba. “Not only is it riddled with issues from congestion, poor lane markings and poor cycling safety, but it’s also a road that no matter what work is done, problems always seem to come back.”

People can vote for their worst road at caamanitoba.com/worstroads or on the CAA Manitoba Facebook Page.

-Staff


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