Each year CAA asks for your input on the Niagara Region’s worst roads.
Bad roads can mean different things to different people! Whether there are too many potholes, traffic congestion that is out of control, or pedestrian and cyclist safety issues , the CAA here in niagara wants to make sure that your voice is heard and that the local municipalities get the information so that changes can be made in the future. (Niagara’s highest voted worst road from last year was Queenston Street and the city has announced it will be getting a facelift starting May 8. Other major road work will be done this year on Lakeshore Road, Glendale Avenue by the Pen, and the 406 overpass on Geneva Street).
Vote in this year’s campaign to be entered into a draw for your chance to win 1 of 3 $100 Kelsey gift cards, and the grand prize – Gas for a Year – valued at $2500 in Petro Canada Gift Cards!
Cast your vote to help pave the way to safer roads! To vote CLICK HERE.
Here are the results of last year’ Top 10 Worst Roads in Niagara:
1. Queenston Street, St. Catharines
2. Dominion Road, Fort Erie
3. Drummond Road, Niagara Falls
4. Lakeshore Road, Niagara-on-the-Lake
5. Grantham Avenue, St. Catharines6. Ontario Street, St. Catharines
7. McLeod Road, Niagara Falls
8. Dorchester Road, Niagara Falls
9. Niagara Street, Welland
10. Saint David’s Road, Thorold
VOTING ENDS MAY 1, 2017.
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