Back for the third year running, the Worst Roads campaign provides the unique opportunity for you to have your say on the condition of Quebec’s thoroughfares and to report the segments of road that are in a particularly pitiful state. Until May 4, make your voice heard by simply clicking here:
And help us compile the rankings of Quebec’s Top 10 worst roads. Whether they’re crumbling, cracking, pitted or potholed... it all counts! Let’s unite our voices and votes for a road network that meets our needs and expectations.
In 2016, thanks to the Worst Roads campaign, $15 million was invested in, or allocated for, the roads that made the Top 10 (2016 progress report). Together, let’s change things!
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Your participation in the Worst Roads campaign could also make you a big winner! Visit www.worstroads-caaquebec.com to find out more.
During a four-week campaign in the spring of 2016 that attracted nearly 14,000 votes, Quebec road users made their voices heard! Mindful of ensuring the quality of our road infrastructure, CAA-Quebec conducted follow-ups with the authorities concerned. Find out whether, six months later, the roads chosen as the worst in the province have been improved.
Eeyou Istchee Baie-James
*Note that Chemin Kilmar appears on the list for the second year in a row. Although major work was done on various stretches of the road in 2015, other sections are in need of extensive repairs.
The 2015 edition of Worst Roads asked all users who help fund the road network to let their voices be heard. With the launch of the 2016 offensive just around the corner, CAA-Quebec took stock of the situation with the authorities concerned.
Improvements to roadways? Investments planned? Status quo?
Here they are!
Sainte-Brigitte-de-Laval et Lac-Beauport