It’s something we all have in common. Complaining about our roads. Today marked day one for the CAA’s annual Worst Roads Campaign. A Chance for us to complain which roads we consider in a sorry state.
The feedback from us will be passed along to government about where our concerns and priorities stand. In recognition of hard work being done to improve conditions , a new feature is being introduced: a most improved road designation. It will be selected from the roads ranked in the top ten over the years.
Manitobans can nominate their Worst Road at caamanitoba.com/WorstRoads, the CAA Manitoba Facebook page or the CAA app. Voters can pinpoint a particular part of the road they feel is the worst and specify the infrastructure issue, such as traffic congestion, potholes and crumbling infrastructure, or pedestrian and cycling safety. Voting runs until midnight on April 17, 2017.
Other than Sudbury, Ont., Winnipeggers have the worst opinion of their city’s road conditions compared with any other major city in Canada, according to a nation-wide public opinion poll of municipal services.