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Still time to vote for worst roads in Atlantic Canada

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Residents of Atlantic Canada have one more week to vote in the Canadian Automobile Association's annual campaign to identify the worst roads in the region. - SaltWire Network

There’s just one week left to vote for the worst roads in Atlantic Canada.

The annual campaign is conducted by the Canadian Automobile Association’s (CAA) Atlantic branch.

Every road in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and Newfoundland and Labrador is eligible to be named a worst road. Results will be tabulated after the campaign closes at midnight on Wednesday, April 18. The CAA will share the top 10 worst roads in early May.

Live updates of the top 10 ranking can be found at atlantic.caa.ca/worstroads.

As of today, April 11, only one road in the top 10 is located in Newfoundland and Labrador – Markland Road in Colinet is ranked seventh.

The CAA calls the campaign an opportunity for the public to share an open dialogue on the importance of roads and how government is addressing their concerns.

In addition to the organization’s website, votes can also be submitted through the CAA Atlantic Facebook page.

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