Which road in Mississauga has you intentionally taking detours?
Nominations are now open for the annual CAA Worst Roads campaign.
“Whether the issue is congestion, potholes, road signs, traffic lights or pedestrian and cycling safety, we want to hear from you,” said Caroline Grech from CAA South Central Ontario.
Crumbling pavement, bumper-to-bumper traffic and poorly timed stop lights are some of the reasons roads are nominated.
In 2015, Algonquin Blvd. in Timmins was named the worst road in Ontario.
You can nominate as many streets as you like, but can’t vote for the same road, bridge or highway twice.
Vote here until April 29.