Voting Now Open for CAA Worst Roads in Ontario
Ottawa, ON March 26, 2019 - If potholes, cracked roads and crumbling pavement are making your commute less safe, now you can have your say. Voting is now open for the annual CAA Worst Roads campaign. Beginning today, road users can voice their opinion and vote for the roads they feel are most in need of urgent repair.
“CAA’s Worst Roads campaign provides an important platform for Ontario residents to report streets and stretches of road in need of repair, better signage and more, in order to highlight where infrastructure needs improvement,” says Christina Hlusko, President and CEO, CAA North & East Ontario.
A CAA study conducted in February 2019, revealed that 71% of Ontarians surveyed were concerned with the state of Ontario’s roads. * CAA NEO encourages Ontarians in rural and urban areas alike, to cast their vote and have their voices heard. Voting is open until April 26, 2019 and can be done online by visiting www.CAAWorstRoads.com
CAA NEO provides roadside assistance to Members, along with an extensive array of travel and insurance services designed to suit the individual needs, wants and expectations of its Members.
*The study was conducted online between February 15 and 20, 2019 among a sample of 1,515 Ontario residents who were 18 years of age or older. A probability sample of this size would have a margin of error plus or minus 2.5%, 19 times out of 20. The sample is weighted to regional, age and gender demographics as per Statistics Canada.
ABOUT CAA NORTH & EAST ONTARIO
CAA North & East Ontario (CAA NEO) provides more than 300,000 members in the region with emergency roadside service, complete automotive and travel services, member savings, and comprehensive insurance services. CAA NEO is part of a larger federation of eight CAA Clubs across Canada committed to providing exceptional service to more than six million members coast-to-coast, as well as advocating on issues of concern including road safety, the environment, mobility, infrastructure and consumer protection. To join, visit CAANEO.ca.