CAA kicks off 14th annual Worst Roads campaign

Polls are open for you to vote for Niagara's worst roads.

Today marked the launch of CAA's 14th annual Worst Roads campaign.

Whether potholes, congestion, or poor signage, Niagara drivers are encouraged to take their road rage online.

Last year, Queenston Street in St.Catharines topped the list as Niagara's worst road to drive on.

But CAA Niagara Chair Rob DePetris says the issue goes beyond just cities, and calls on the provincial government to give more support to municipalities when it comes to infrastructure funding.

This year's campaign is also more accessible than ever. 

Niagara residents can vote online at or through the CAA app.

Voting closes May 1st.