Published: Tue, June 05, 2018
Business | By Tara Barton

Top 5 worst roads in southwestern Ontario, according to CAA vote

Top 5 worst roads in southwestern Ontario, according to CAA vote

Drivers, cyclists and pedestrians across Ontario have submitted their votes on the worst street in the province, and the results are officially in.

Duckworth Street appeared on the list previous year and holds top spot as the worst road in central Ontario.

The Canadian Automobile Association asked "What are the worst roads in Windsor-Essex?" - and you answered.

In the Central Ontario region, Barrie ranks first (Duckworth Street), third (Bayfield Street), and fifth (Essa Road) for the worst roads, with Lockhart Road and 7th Line in Innisfil occupying the second and fourth spots.

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Avondale Road in Belleville, Ont., and Eglinton Avenue West in Toronto round out the top five.

Sudbury slid out of the top 10 worst roads in Ontario, but can still lay claim to a pair of the worst roads in the northern part of the province.

Burlington Street East in Hamilton was voted the worst road on the list, followed by County Road 49 in Prince Edward County.

In its report, CAA said 75 per cent of participants in the annual survey highlighted potholes as the primary reason for selecting their road. 14% of people say its the lack of cycling infrastructure, and 10% blame the street's constant congestion.

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