Vote Now For Windsor’s Worst Roads

Tuesday March 22nd, 2022

Posted at 8:56am

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Voting is now open for the annual CAA Worst Roads campaign.

Whether the issue is traffic congestion, potholes, timing of traffic lights, road signs or pedestrian and cycling safety, your votes for the worst roads in Ontario are needed.

“We know that through CAA’s research, almost three quarters (72 per cent) of Ontarians are venting about the state of our roads to either their spouses, friends or co-workers and not always to local government officials,” says Teresa Di Felice, AVP government and community relations, CAA SCO. “As we kick off another year of the CAA Worst Roads campaign, we are calling on all Ontarians to vote for their Worst Roads today and join the community of drivers, cyclists, transit riders and pedestrians committed to improving Ontario’s roads.”

Votes for CAA’s Worst Roads can be cast at caaworstroads.com until April 19th.

Once voting is closed, CAA will partner with Ontario Road Builders’ Association  to verify and compile a list of the top 10 Worst Roads in Ontario, along with the top five Worst Roads in regions across the province. The regional lists will help shine further light on the state of local roads in municipalities across Ontario.

Last year Windsor had three of the five top roads for Southwestern Ontario.

They were:

  • Lauzon Parkway
  • Tecumseh Road East
  • University Avenue West

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