July 27, 2015


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CAA wants help picking worst roads

With spring pothole season in full swing, CAA Manitoba is once again asking folks to pick the worst road in Manitoba.

Today it’s launching its second annual Worst Roads contest. The online voting campaign is designed to draw attention to Manitoba’s most derelict and unsafe roads, CAA says.

A part of the potholes at the intersection of St Matthews Avenue and Hampton Street.

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A part of the potholes at the intersection of St Matthews Avenue and Hampton Street. Photo Store

Last year, almost 3,500 votes were cast for more than 400 roads around the province. St. James Street received the most votes followed by Highway 21 south of Brandon, and Marion Street in Winnipeg. Manitobans can vote for their worst road at caamanitoba.com from now until April 24.

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