CAA Manitoba is looking for input from motorists on the worst roads they have encountered while driving in the province.
The automobile club launched its first annual Worst Roads campaign on Tuesday, in conjunction with seven other CAA clubs across the country.
CAAManitoba.com/worstroads allows drivers to submit and vote for their chosen worst road. Voting will get your name into a draw to win a number of prizes.
“Whether it’s damaging potholes, extreme traffic congestion, or generally unsafe roads, we’ve all been there. Probably more times than we can count,” said Mike Mager, president and CEO of CAA Manitoba. “The Worst Roads campaign is not about complaining about these problems. It’s about pinpointing them and making sure there is a timely plan to fix them.”
“We’re also looking for people to point out congestion problems, traffic lights in need of synchronization and broken or missing road signs. Anything that disrupts your commute to and from work whether it be by car, bus, bike or foot, we want to hear from you.”
The campaign will help draw attention to Manitoba’s deteriorating roads and highways. The results will be shared with municipalities from around the province.
Voting ends on April 23.