Regent Street in Sudbury is the worst road in Northern Ontario.
That’s the assessment of residents who took part in the CAA’s Worst Road campaign to identify some of the worst streets in Ontario.
Not only does Sudbury occupy first spot with the worst road in the north, the Nickel City occupies seven of the top 10 places on the list.
Lorne Street was in second place, Frood Road is fourth followed by the Kingsway.
Sault Ste. Marie’s Bay Street had the third worst road.
It’s the Sault’s only road that makes the top 10 list.
Timmins makes the list twice.
Timmins landed in sixth spot for Algonquin Boulevard East and the city makes the list again with Algonquin Boulevard West tied in ninth spot with North Bay’s Lakeshore Drive.
The rest of the top list is owned by Sudbury, with Maley Drive in seventh, Paris Street coming in eight spot and both Barrydowne Road and Lasalle Boulevard are tied for 10th place.
The CAA holds the Worst Road campaign each year to give Ontario residents a platform to make the province’s roadways safer.