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CAA Worst Roads Survey

Posted on: March 16, 2022  |  

CAA  is conducting its Worst Roads Survey once again.
Last year Hwy 307 was deemed the 2nd worst in Manitoba. It’s time to complete the survey again. Last years ranking helped get at least some work done (6.5 kms at a cost of $250,000) but it needs lots more.

Go to https://caaworstroads.com/

Helpful tips:
On main page click “Search by postal code”.  You can use your home postal code to get you to the right province
Select your road, for example
– start typing “Provincial Road” or PR 3 and 307 Seven Sisters will show up
–  Type Provincial Trunk Hwy 44
Be sure to get family, friends & cottage guests (anyone that has to drive these roads) to complete the survey
Contest rules allow you to vote for one worst road each day.

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