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Where are Ontario’s Worst Roads? We want to know!

Spring is pothole season. Vote for the Worst Road in your community! Go to CAAworstroads.com today to vote!

Potholes, cracks, crumbling shoulders and poor road maintenance cost Canadians $3 billion every year – and that’s just the vehicle owners. Find out here why roads deteriorate.

Whether you roll on two wheels or four, run, walk or rollerblade, road safety impacts everyone.

Cyclists, pedestrians and motorists – we all have a role to play in making roads safer. Now’s your chance to use your voice! Until April 18, 2021, vote for the worst road in your community, and you'll be entered into a draw to win FREE GAS for a year.


Check out the Worst Roads from our last campaign.

Road worker fills in a pothole.

 Ottawa’s Top 10 Worst Roads 2019:

1.     Carling Avenue, Ottawa
2.     Hunt Club Road, Ottawa
3.     Saint Joseph Boulevard, Ottawa
4.     Riverside Drive, Ottawa
5.     Mitch Owens Road, Ottawa
6.     Merivale Road, Ottawa
7.     Heron Road, Ottawa
8.     North River Road, Ottawa
9.     River Road, Ottawa
10.  Bank Street, Ottawa tied with Anderson Road, Ottawa

Spring is pothole season. Vote for the Worst Road in your community! Go to CAAworstroads.com today to vote!

Northern Region Top 10 Worst Roads 2019:

1.     Regent Street, Greater Sudbury
2.     Lorne Street, Greater Sudbury
3.     Bay Street, Sault Ste. Marie
4.     Frood Road, Greater Sudbury
5.     Kingsway, Greater Sudbury
6.     Algonquin Boulevard East, Timmins
7.     Maley Drive, Greater Sudbury
8.     Paris Street, Greater Sudbury
9.     Algonquin Blvd. W., Timmins tied with Lakeshore Dr., North Bay
10.  Barrydowne Road, Greater Sudbury tied with Lasalle Boulevard, Greater Sudbury


What will be the Worst Road of 2021? Only YOU can decide.