Association looks to identify worst provincial roads

The B.C. Automobile Association is launching a province wide survey to identify the twenty worst roads and highways in the province.


Corporate Communications Director Trace Acres says its a way to draw attention to what the public views, as major highway design and maintenance problems.

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Now presumably by ‘they’, he means the provincial government and that now means Peace River South MLA Blair Lekstrom, the new Minister of Transporation.

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The campaign is similar to those in other jurisdictions, and to vote you can go online until May 24th, at

– with files from the Canadian Press


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