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Two Moose Jaw streets make final cut in CAA Sask.’s top 10 worst roads campaign

The current CAA Top 10 Worst Roads list shows that Fourth Avenue Southwest is in eighth place while Ninth Avenue Southwest is in a tie for 10th place. 
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A pothole on a street.

Two Moose Jaw streets — Fourth Avenue (Thunderbird Viaduct) Southwest and Ninth Avenue Southwest — have made the final cut to be one of CAA Saskatchewan’s top 10 worst roads in the province. 

The current CAA Top 10 Worst Roads list shows that Fourth Avenue Southwest is in eighth place while Ninth Avenue Southwest is in a tie for 10th place. 

Regina’s Mayfair Crescent currently sits in first place, followed by Highway 47 near Springside and Highway 9 near Hudson Bay.

Saskatchewan road users, including motorists, cyclists, motorcyclists, pedestrians, runners and transit users, have until April 30 to vote for the worst, unsafe roads on which they have travelled. Potholes and crumbling pavement remain the top issues for nominated worst roads, which are not only unsafe, but also cost road users money in repairs. 

The 2022 Top 10 Worst Roads will be revealed on Tuesday, May 2.

To vote for one of these roads, visit caask.ca/worstroads, select a road and a specific segment or section or identify a nearby highway, exit or landmark, provide an email address and upload a photo of the road when safe to do so, leave a reason why the road is unsafe, and then vote. 

Road users can vote for more than one road every 24 hours and as more than one type of road user.

CAA Worst Roads roving reporter Dale Edward Johnson continues to provide updates and streeter interviews with road users on past nominated CAA Worst Roads. Johnson recently reported from Saskatoon’s 20th Street West, which was No. 9 in CAA’s 2021 Top 10 Worst Roads. Later this week, Johnson will share updates via CAA’s social media channels on Highway 9, Hudson Bay, which is No. 3 and was No. 3 in the 2021 and No. 5 in the 2018 CAA Top 10 Worst Roads.

Since the start of this year’s campaign on April 6, Johnson has reported from several nominated worst roads, including Regina’s Grant Drive and Eighth Avenue North, Highway 33 near Kronau, Highway 9 near Canora and Highway 3 at Hudson Bay. 

Johnson’s stand-up reports and streeter interviews are ready for viewing on CAA Saskatchewan’s YouTube Channel.