CAA looking for worst roads in Saskatchewan
SASKATOON – The arrival of spring brings warmer temperatures and more daylight hours.
It also means the CAA campaign to find the worst roads in Saskatchewan is back.
The campaign is meant to spotlight troublesome and dangerous road conditions in the province and allows motorists to identify those they feel are in need of repair or attention.
CAA Saskatchewan considers roads that have potholes, cracks, are in general disrepair, have poor or no signage, little or no shoulder space or are too narrow for drivers and cyclists to share safely to be candidates for a worst road.
The four-week campaign kicks off on April 1 and votes can been made at CAA Saskatchewan.
The organization will forward the list of the top 10 worst roads to the appropriate government agencies.
Last year, Highway 123 near Cumberland House was voted the worst in the province.
Let us know which road is the worst in the province.