CAA names Saskatchewan’s worst roads for 2013
SASKATOON – The CAA has released results of a survey to find Saskatchewan’s worst roads for 2013.
Highway 123 near Cumberland House was voted the worst road from the approximately 2,800 vote received.
It is the only road into the remote northern community.
Coming in second was Highway 42 near Dinsmore and Highway 908 near Ile a la Crosse came in third.
A road is qualified for the survey if it is in general disrepair with potholes or cracks, has poor signage or congestion or is too narrow for motorists, pedestrians and cyclists to share safely.
“The purpose of the campaign is to spotlight troublesome and even dangerous road conditions in the province and to address those roads in most need of attention with government authorities,” said Christine Niemczyk, director of corporate communication with CAA Saskatchewan.
This list will be shared with the provincial government.
The worst roads in Saskatchewan:
1. Highway 123 near Cumberland House
2. Highway 42 near Dinsmore
3. Highway 908 near Ile a la Crosse
4. Highway 22 near Earl Grey
5. Pasture Road near Rosetown
6. Ring Road, Regina
7. Highway 18 near Beaubier
8. Highway 155 near La Loche
9. Highway 35 near Love
10. Highway 18 near Lake Alma