Atlantic Canada’s 2017 Worst Roads:

  1. Mountain Road (Christmas Island/Eskasoni, N.S.): Update Requested
  2. Pine Glen Road (Pine Glen, N.B.): The roads along the detour route, including a portion of Pine Glen Road, will be restored to their pre-washout (prior to March 2, 2017) condition this summer.
  3. Louisville Road (River John, N.S.): Update Requested
  4. Clark Road (North Bedeque, P.E.): Update Requested
  5. Dawson Road (Hillsborough, N.B.): Update Requested
  6. New Brunswick 105 (Upper Kent, N.B.): Update Requested
  7. Brae Harbour Road (Coleman, P.E.): Update Requested
  8. Trans-Labrador Highway (Happy-Valley-Goose-Bay, N.L.): Planning is underway for paving and upgrading of the Trans Labrador Highway (Happy Valley-Goose Bay) for work to begin in 2018.
  9. New Brunswick 616 (Keswick Ridge, N.B.): Update Requested
  10. Main Street (Port au Choix, N.L.): Update Requested


Update on the 2016 Worst Roads:

  1. Point Lance (Branch, NL): Point Lance was included in government road funding last year. Work began in June 2016 and is to be completed this Spring, with paving of all 10 km of road.
  2. Highway 434 (Conche, NL): In 2018, paving will begin and complete within the 5-year road plan of 2021.
  3. Lake Road (Tatamagouche, NS): Update Requested
  4. Nova Scotia 354 (Upper Rawdon, NS): Update Requested
  5. Marble Mountain Rd (West Bay, NS): Update Requested
  6. Scott Siding Rd (Canterbury, NB): Update Requested
  7. Pembroke Road (Upper Stewiacke, NS): Update Requested
  8. Caribou Rd (Channel – Port aux Basques NL): Phase one of two improvements have been completed with phase two beginning next construction season.
  9. Staples Brook Rd (Debert, NS): Update Requested
  10. Mabou Mines Rd (Mabou, NS): Update Requested