I avoid driving down Radical Road going into Port Dover. Instead I’ll drive down Highway 6 which takes me longer and is not as scenic. The condition of Radical Road is far worse than any pounding I’ve experienced riding a boat through Lake Erie’s biggest waves (okay, that’s a bit of an exaggeration). You can see for yourself here.
Again this year, the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA), along with the Ontario Road Builders’ Association, is calling on road users across Ontario to vote for the province’s worst roads.
CAA states “Our goal is to raise awareness about the need for improved infrastructure in our communities. This year, in addition to the Ontario Top 10 list, CAA is introducing a series of regional Top 5 lists.”
At the end of this year’s campaign, CAA will verify the roads voted for, publish the lists and share the results with key influencers in Ontario’s provincial and municipal governments.
Since the inception of the campaign, CAA reports that “tens of thousands of Ontarians have voted over the years, and approximately 90% of the roads on past lists have been (or are scheduled to be) repaired!
On Monday when CAA launched 2015’s campaign, Radical Road quickly moved into first place as the worst road in Ontario. But the campaign continues until April 17 so we need to keep drawing attention to the deteriorating condition of the road.
If you agree with me that Norfolk County’s Radical Road is the worst road, cast your vote by clicking here. When you vote you will be entered for a chance to win 1-of-3 $100 gas cards and the grand prize of FREE gas for a year!
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