The verdict is in for the worst road in Quebec

The verdict is in for the worst road in Quebec

Quebec City (Quebec) 4 June 2015 – After four weeks of internet input and 5,000 responses, the CAA’s poll on which road is the worst for wear in the province has been decided upon. There were 800 different roads named in the survey and the winner received 10% of all the votes.

The worst road in Quebec according to the survey is the short stretch of “highway” that runs between Lac Beauport and Sainte-Brigitte-de-Laval known locally as the chemin de la Traverse, just north of Quebec City.

Several roads in and around the capital city region made the short list if we include those on the south shore in the Chaudière-Appalaches area. This was the first time such a list has been compiled for the province of Quebec and was instigated primarily to make the government aware of certain roadways that would perhaps need more attention than others, if not for esthetics, at least for the safety of drivers.

So here they are, drumroll please:

The top 10 road in Quebec in 2015 are:

  • Chemin de la Traverse, Lac Beauport
  • Boulevard Laure, Sept-Îles
  • Chemin du Lac Bécancour, Thetford Mines
  • Chemin Kilmar, Grenville
  • Québec 389 (Gravel Road), Fermont
  • 8e rang (Correction line road) Sainte-Nérée-de-Bellechasse
  • A section of Boul. Henri Bourassa, Quebec City
  • Chemin-de-la-Rivière Chateauguay, Ormstown
  • Rue du Panache, Orford
  • Avenue Papineau, Montreal

Happy motoring! Enjoy the road repair season.

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