© Kirk Starratt
Kentville’s proliferation of potholes has kept it on the CAA Worst Roads.
Park Street in Kentville and Aylesford Road in Western Kings are still in the running for the dubious distinction of being among the worst roads in Atlantic Canada.
Four weeks into the CAA-sponsored Worst Roads campaign for Atlantic Canada, the two roads are respectively ranked as the fifth and 10th worst roads in the region. The only other road in Nova Scotia currently on the list is Gillis Point East Road, Washabuck Centre, Cape Breton, which has the number one spot.
Since the campaign was launched March 25, more than 4,600 Atlantic Canadians have cast a vote for a bad road in their region. Final results will be tabulated at the close of the contest on April 25 and a top list of Atlantic Canada’s Worst Roads will be published featuring the most voted for roads in the region.
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To cast a vote visit www.atlantic.caa.ca/worstroads.