It would seem Manitobans are passionate about their roads.
CAA unveiled the results of its annual worst roads campaign today on Chevrier Boulevard, which took top spot for Winnipeg and was ranked fourth-worst in the entire province.
CAA Manitoba president Mike Mager says Manitoba's response rate is the highest per capita in the country.
Other Winnipeg roads to make the list are Empress Street, Pembina Highway, and Fermor Avenue.
The number one ranked worst road in Manitoba this year is Provincial Road 239 in Faulkner. It's followed by PR 353 in Brookdale and Dugald Road in Anola.
But it wasn't all bad news. CAA Manitoba says clear winners emerged in their newly introduced Most Improved Road category. They are: St. James Street for Winnipeg and Highway 1 for Manitoba.
Mager says both have seen serious work in the past few years.
More than 8,400 votes were cast on 712 roads. This was CAA Manitoba's sixth annual Worst Roads campaign. The results will be shared with Mayor Brian Bowman and Minister of Infrastructure Blaine Pederson.