Ontarios Worst Roads - CAA Niagara

Help Pave the Way to Safer Roads

CAA's annual Worst Roads campaign asks drivers, cyclists, transit riders and pedestrians to identify the roads they think are in most need of improvement – be it potholes, congestion, safety concerns or poor road signs. CAA uses the feedback from the results to engage with politicians and decision makers in government across the country.

Don’t miss the opportunity for your voice to be heard.

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Worst Roads

2018 Worst Roads Campaign Results

Voting in the 2018 Worst roads campaign saw a major rise in voter participation. The campaign saw significant engagement, which earned Drummond Road, the title of Niagara’s Worst Road. The road has also landed itself on Ontario’s Worst Road list as the sixth worst in the province.

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To submit your photos send an email with the photo attached to marketing@caaniagara.ca with subject line CAANIA Worst Road. Include your first name, the name of the road and its municipality to ensure your photo is added. Make sure you are in a safe location before taking a photo of a road. Avoid taking photos while driving. By submitting your worst roads photo, you are granting permission to CAA Niagara to publish the image(s) in print and online regarding CAA Niagara’s Worst Roads campaign. Photos will be used with first name and location only.

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*From March 26 to April 26, 2018 at 11:59 p.m., Niagara residents who vote in the 2019 Worst Roads Campaign are entered to win one (1) ‘grand’ prize is available to be won, consisting of one (1) ‘gas for a year’ prize valued at $2,500, to be awarded in the form of a Petro-Canada Gift Card. Participants must complete the online voting form available at caaworstroads.com to be entered for a chance to win. CAA Niagara employees and their immediate family are excluded from winning the Worst Roads Campaign weekly contest draw. Odds of winning depend on the amount of entries. Contest winners must be Niagara Region residents.