CAA’s annual Worst Roads helps influence change for Ontario’s roads.


Poor roads affect us all. They make us late, cause delivery delays, contribute to congestion and, most importantly, can endanger those who use them.

Each year, CAA invites Ontario drivers, cyclists, transit riders and pedestrians to vote in the CAA Worst Roads campaign and tell us which roads need improvement. Over the years, we have heard about potholes, congestion, poor road signs and other safety concerns. Voting for Ontario’s Worst Roads helps shine the spotlight on where more work is needed. Your feedback helps us continue the dialogue with multiple levels of government to help pave the way for safer roads across Ontario.

Since 2003, CAA’s annual Worst Roads campaign has influenced change. Repaving and repair work has been done on many of the roads on Ontario’s Worst Roads list, with more to come.

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One thought on “CAA’s annual Worst Roads helps influence change for Ontario’s roads.

  1. A long time retired chief city engineer told us that despite him recommending much much higher road budgets for decades, it fell on deaf ears, thus the city has ended up with 80% of the roads looking like a war zone.
    They can NEVER be fixed now because the backwards city squandered all available funds on the long dead drug and crime infested downtown and they are far too far behind now to ever catch up.
    The city needs a new mayor as the current one is dragging it to hell in a hand basket, the Fiberals out to lunch corrupt policies are only making it 10X worse.

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