CAA is back with its annual campaign to identify the nastiest highways in the province.
Saskatchewan’s Worst Roads campaign will run from April 1-25, with the most horrible stretch of road being named shortly after. CAA defines a bad road this way: “Typically these are roads that have potholes, cracks, are in general disrepair, have no or poor signage, as well as roads with little or no shoulder space or roads that are too narrow for motorists and cyclists to share safely.”
In 2013, more than 2,800 votes were cast in total, with Highway 123 near Cumberland House being crowned the province’s worst.
In 2012, Highway 12 near Earl Grey, which is about 70 kilometres north of Regina, took the top spot.
A list of the top 10 roads are then shared with the province by CAA.
Votes can be cast at www.caask.ca/worstroads