Ontario: 2016 Worst Roads Survey

Update:

CAA, worst roads
In Toronto, Bayview Avenue was ranked the 8th worst road, followed by Dufferin Street as number 9.

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A road in Prince Edward County has been voted CAA’s worst thoroughfare in Ontario in the auto club’s annual online poll.

County Road 49 has knocked off last year’s losing road in Timmins, Ont., the east-west portion of Algonquin Boulevard.

CAA says those roads remain in the Top 5, along with a road in Thunder Bay, Ont., and one in St. Catharines, Ont.

The auto club says the poll shows that more attention needs to be paid to smaller municipalities.

Participants cited potholes, congestion and pedestrian and cycling safety as reasons they participated in the online vote.

Dufferin Street in Toronto, which was named the worst road for three years running until slipping to third worst last year, has fallen again this year to ninth worst in the province.

Top 10 worst roads for 2016 in Ontario:

1. County Road 49, Prince Edward County

2. Algonquin Boulevard West, Timmins

3. Balmoral Street, Thunder Bay

4. Algonquin Boulevard East, Timmins

5. Queenston Street, St. Catharines

6. Burlington Street East, Hamilton

7. Lorne Street, Sudbury

8. Bayview Avenue, Toronto

9. Dufferin Street, Toronto

10. Riverside Drive, Timmins and Water Street, Thunder Bay (tied for 10th)

CAA’s worst roads by region:

North Region: Algonquin Boulevard West, Timmins

Halton-Peel-York-Durham: Cedar Street North, Uxbridge

Niagara Region: Queenston Street, St. Catharines

Eastern Region: County Road 49, Prince Edward County

Central Region: St. Johns Road, Innisfil

Western Region: Franklin Boulevard, Cambridge

South West Region: Waterworks Road, Sarnia

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