The complaints have been compiled and the worst road in Manitoba has been unveiled.
Provincial Road 239 near Faulkner won the title for the Canadian Automobile Association’s (CAA) sixth annual worst roads campaign. The crumbly road near Ashen, Man., took the lead early on in the campaign.
The results were revealed Tuesday morning. More than 700 roads were nominated by more than 8,400 Manitobans (a new record).
The worst road in Winnipeg was given to Chevrier Boulevard in the Fort Garry area (ranked fourth worst road in the province). Three other roads in Winnipeg made the top 10 list: Empress Street, Pembina Highway and Fermor Avenue.
CAA introduced a most improved road category this year. Winnipeg’s St. James Street and the Trans-Canada Highway earned recognition for the repairs they have undergone in recent years.
Last year, Main Street South in Carmen, Man., took the title at the worst road in the province.