Alright drivers in Ontario, here’s your chance to voice your opinion and vote for the worst roads in Ontario. CAA South Central Ontario (CAA SCO) is launching its annual Worst Roads campaign and they want to hear from you!

Vote for the Worst Roads in Ontario at

Where Do You Vote For The Worst Roads in Ontario?

But you better act fast, as the poll is only on for the next three weeks. You are urged to vote for the roads most in need of repair or redesign at

CAA Will Publish The Top 10 Worst Roads in Ontario

After the campaign ends, CAA SCO will tabulate all the votes, and publish the Top Ten Worst Roads in Ontario. Along with another report of the worst roads in seven regions across Ontario.

Ontario Drivers Get to Voice Their Opinions on Which Roads Needs Repair

It’s important that all drivers, cyclists, transit riders, and pedestrians take part in CAA’s Top Ten Worst Roads campaign because we all need to help pave the way to safer and more efficient roads. It also gives you a chance voice your opinion on which areas of the province needs the most improvement – be it potholes, congestion, or poor road signs, taking part in this informative poll can actually save lives by preventing accidents.

CAA will use the voters feedback from the results and present it to provincial politicians in government that approve budgets for road repairs. So if you’ve kept a mental note of a road that gives you trouble or that annoying pothole that you try to avoid driving over everyday, go to now to cast your vote now.

If you’d like to speak to CAA officials personally about the worst roads in Ontario – Caroline Grech, Government Relations, CAA SCO and Geoff Wilkinson, Executive Director, ORBA will be available to launch the CAA Worst Roads campaign:

  • Date: Wednesday April 6, 2016
  • Time:  10:00 a.m
  • Where: DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel – Victoria Room (2nd floor) 108 Chestnut Street, Toronto, ON

Tell us which roads in Ontario you think need to be fixed. Post your comments below and make sure to state the major intersection or exact area the street is located in which needs repair.