SUDBURY, Ont. — The Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) released results of its popular driver survey on Monday, ranking Ontarios worst roads.
According to respondents, Sudburys Vermillion Lake Road earned the dubious distinction this year of being the worst road in the province. The Sudbury area was home to four of the top 10 worst roads this year.
More than 6,500 Ontario drivers voted online or at CAA repair shops. The CAA hopes its survey will help bring attention to the state of the roads, especially with a provincial election looming.
The top 20 worst roads, in order, were: Vermillion Lake Rd., Sudbury; Bradley Ave., London; Lansing Ave., Sudbury; Cardwell St., Township of Assiginack; Steeles Ave., Toronto/York Region; Limebank Rd., Ottawa; Princess St., Kingston; Bancroft Dr., Sudbury; Bathurst St., Toronto; Notre Dame Ave., Sudbury; Carling Ave., Ottawa; Dufferin St., Toronto; MacLean Dr., Timmins; Canal Rd., Bradford-West Gwillimbury; Garrison Rd., Fort Erie; Garth St., Hamilton; Erb St,. Waterloo; Anne St., Barrie; Onion Lake Rd., Thunder Bay; and Brock St., Kingston.
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