WINNIPEG, MB - Let the voting begin as the CAA Manitoba seventh annual Worst Roads campaign has begun.
Voters are asked to vote for what they feel is the worst road based on a safety concern, pothole, traffic congestion or crumbling infrastructure.
You can identify yourself as a pedestrian, cyclists or a driver and can pinpoint a a specific stretch of a road or street.
There were 8,400 votes last year and the Number 1 road in Manitoba was Provincial Road 239 in Faulkner. The top three worst roads in Winnipeg were Chevrier Blvd., Empress Street and Pembina Highway.
Manitobans can nominate and vote online here, or through the CAA app until April 18th.