It’s not too difficult to pick out a “worst road” during this time of year, but CAA Manitoba wants to narrow it down.
The fifth annual Worst Roads campaign launched Wednesday, soliciting public votes to determine the top roads across the province that require some attention.
Whether it be damaging potholes, extreme traffic congestion or generally unsafe roads, CAA wants to hear about it.
“Our roads are more than a way to get from A to B – they drive our economy,” said CAA Manitoba president and CEO Mike Mager.
“We rely on our streets and highways for trade and tourism, yet many routes are riddled with potholes and poor lane markings.”
The results of the campaign will be shared with municipalities from around the province.
More than 20,000 votes have been cast in previous CAA Manitoba campaigns.
Those who contribute will also be entered in a draw to win prizes. To submit your choice for worst road, visit CAAManitoba.com/worstroads before April 6.
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