Atlantic Canada’s Top Worst Roads Named

Saint John, NB - CAA’s third Worst Roads campaign attracted 4,045 votes to identify the region’s Worst Roads. The campaign was launched on May 1, 2013 and wrapped up on May 31, 2013.

“This campaign will help put a real focus on problem and dangerous road conditions in the region,” said Gary Howard, Vice President Communications for CAA. “By doing so we can actively engage all necessary levels of government to encourage repairs and changes.”

The Top Worst Roads within the region are:

  1. Cape John Road, River John Road, Nova Scotia
  2. Hanwell Road, Fredericton, New Brunswick
  3. Two Roads Tied
    1. New Brunswick 630, Andersonville, New Brunswick
    2. Forties Road, New Ross, Nova Scotia
  4. Foxbrook Road, Hopewell, Nova Scotia
  5. Kempt Head Road, Ross Ferry, Nova Scotia
  6. Two Roads Tied
    1. Nova Scotia 203, Kemptville, Nova Scotia
    2. Ridge Road, Digby, Nova Scotia
  7. Rothesay Avenue, Saint John, New Brunswick
  8. Balmoral Road, Tatamagouche, Nova Scotia
  9. Pleasantview Ave, Paradise, Newfoundland and Labrador
  10. Fredericton Road, Salisbury, New Brunswick


The Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) is a federation of nine clubs providing more than 5.6 million Members with exceptional emergency roadside service, complete automotive and travel services, Member Rewards, and comprehensive insurance services. CAA also advocates on issues of concern to its Members, including road safety, the environment, mobility, infrastructure and consumer protection.

For more information on CAA Atlantic’s Worst Roads Campaign visit or contact:

For more information contact:

Gary Howard
Vice President Communications
Phone: (506) 649-6288; 1-800-471-1611
Fax: (506) 649-6890

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