CAA Niagara News& Media

About CAA Niagara

CAA Niagara is a not-for-profit membership organization serving the Niagara Region. Founded in 1911 as the St. Catharines Automobile Club with just 16 members, CAA Niagara has grown to over 120,000 Members with offices in Grimsby, Niagara Falls, St. Catharines, Thorold and Welland. CAA Niagara offers full service Travel, Insurance and Roadside Assistance, as well as the comprehensive CAA Rewards Member discounts and savings program.

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Press Releases

The most recent news and press releases from CAA Niagara.

 

Media Contact

Rick Mauro
VP, Marketing & Public Relations
905-984-2008 (Direct)
rmauro@caaniagara.ca

CAA Traffic Congestion Study confirms Niagara Rush Hour is Rush Minutes

THOROLD, ON (Jan. 11, 2017) Unlike other parts of Canada, Niagara Region is virtually free of traffic congestion, according to a recent study released by CAA.

Interactive Distracted Driving Event asks Niagara drivers to focus on the road

THOROLD, ON (June 24, 2016) Niagara drivers will get a first hand glimpse of the dangers of distracted driving at this weekend's Interactive Distracted Driving Event hosted by CAA

Queenston Street: Niagara's worst road & Ontario's fifth worst

THOROLD, ON (May 26, 2016) Queenston Street in St Catharines has the dubious distinction of Niagara's Worst Road and Ontario's fifth worst, according to voters in CAA's 2016 Worst

Three days left to vote for Niagara's worst roads

THOROLD, ON (April 27, 2016) With three days remaining in CAA Niagara's Worst Roads Campaign, voters have put Queenston Street in St. Catharines in the top spot in the region.

Voting in CAA Niagara's Worst Roads Campaign is effecting change

Thorold, ON (April 18, 2016) With CAA Niagara's 13th Worst Roads Campaign well under way, have you ever wondered what happened to the top five worst roads from last year?