Do you know of a road that is crumbling apart, cracked, in general disrepair or unsafe? CAA Saskatchewan is once again holding its annual Worst Roads campaign.
CAA Saskatchewan is looking to hear from all roadway users including motorists, cyclists, pedestrians and runners. According to CAA, Saskatchewan has over 228,000 km of roads.
An analysis done by CPCS shows that Canadian pay an average of $112 per vehicle per year in higher operating costs due to poor-quality roads, which costs more than $1,000 over a 10-year lifespan of a vehicle. Saskatchewan drivers pay around $88 per vehicle per year.
Write your answer below to share which west central roads are worthy of a nomination, and you can actually do so here.