Atlantic Canadians have identified the top ten Worst Roads in the region and New Brunswick didn't escape the list.

CAA recently conducted it’s annual Worst Roads campaign, which attracted more than 5,000 votes for roads in New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Nova
Scotia and Prince Edward Island.
The 2016 Worst Roads in Atlantic Canada as voted by Atlantic Canadians are:
1. Point Lance (Branch, N.L.)
2. Highway 434 (Conche, N.L.)
3. Lake Road (Tatamagouche, N.S.)
4. Nova Scotia 354 (Upper Rawdon, N.S.)
5. Marble Mountain Road (River Denys, N.S)
6. Scott Siding Road (Canterbury, N.B.)
7. Pembroke Road (Upper Stewiacke, N.S.)
8. Caribou Road (Channel-Port aux Basques, N.L.)
9. Staples Brook Road (Debert, N.S.)
10. Mabou Mines Road (Mabou, N.S.)
Roads and driving safety is a priority for CAA Atlantic. Poor road conditions affect us all through increased vehicle repair costs, insurance claims, work compensation, healthcare costs and precious time and energy wasted in traffic congestion.
“The Worst Roads campaign allows the public to identify the roads in their area that are in particularly rough shape or
present dangerous driving conditions,” says Gary Howard, Vice President of Communications at CAA (Atlantic). “Ongoing
road maintenance is essential to ensure that we can all enjoy safe, economical, environmentally responsible and pleasant
driving conditions.”

All available information for each road is made available to CAA Members and the public on the Worst Roads website, which is updated year-round.

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