What is a 'worst road'?
A 'worst road' is any road or paved infrastructure—including bridges and tunnels—which:
is poorly designed or maintained for pedestrian/cycling safety
- has poor road signs or road markings
- has damaging potholes or crumbling pavement
- has poorly timed traffic lights
- is poorly designed and contribute to traffic congestion
Are flat tires, potholes and traffic congestion driving you around the bend?
To help improve road safety and campaign for better roads, we invite you to vote for a road you feel is the 'worst' in the province as part of our third annual "Worst Roads" survey.
From April 29 to May 27 2013, you're invited to nominate a road in most need of repair or redesign by voting online. Once final results are verified, we’ll publish the top 10 list and share the results with government to encourage improvements.
Throughout the campaign, come back to see where your road ranks and which roads are close to taking the dubious title of "B.C.'s Worst Road". Tell your friends, family and neighbours to add their voices, too.