10 worst roads in Ontario revealed by CAA

For the third year in a row, Dufferin Street in Toronto has been voted the worst road in Ontario. Over the years, Dufferin Street has made CAA’s Worst Roads list eight times.

Eight of the roads on the 2014 list are from the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA) and more than 2,000 different roads across the province were nominated. The 2014 campaign saw a 31 per cent increase in votes highlighting that the condition of roads across the province are on the minds of many Ontarians.

Of the roads on this year’s Top 10 list, 90 per cent of the voters complained about crumbling pavement and pothole ridden streets as the reasons for selecting the road.

Ontario’s Top 10 Worst Roads for 2014:

Dufferin Street (Toronto)
Stanley Avenue (Niagara Falls)
Kipling Avenue (Toronto)
Finch Avenue West (Toronto)
Burlington Street East (Hamilton)
Bayview Avenue (Toronto)
Carling Avenue (Ottawa)
Markham Road (Toronto)
Lawrence Avenue East (Toronto)
Wilson Avenue (Toronto)

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