By WP Staff
MOUNT UNIACKE: A local road is in the running to be named the CAA’s worst road in Canada.
During week one of The CAA Atlantic’s ninth annual Worst Roads Campaign, the South Uniacke Road in Mount Uniacke has made the top ten.
Voting is open to the public and every road in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland and Labrador is eligible. Cyclists, pedestrians, public transit users and motorists are all encouraged to vote. Potholes, crumbling pavement, traffic, poor signage and unsafe cycling infrastructure are just some examples of reasons to vote for a road.
The campaign runs for three weeks, ending on April 16. Results will be tallied after the campaign closes, and CAA will share the official 10 Worst Roads in Atlantic Canada for 2019.
The 10 roads with the most votes so far are:
1. Indian Meal Line, Torbay, N.L.
2. Meadowville Station Road, Pictou, N.S.
3. New Brunswick 905, Petitcodiac, N.B.
4. Witless Bay Line, Trepassey, N.L.
5. New Brunswick 480, N.B.
6. South Uniacke Road, Mount Uniacke, N.S.
7. Kempt Head Road, Victoria, N.S.
8. Pine Glen Road, Pine Glen, N.B.
9. Tripp Settlement Road, Keswick Ridge, N.B.
10. Markland Road, Colinet, N.L