Highway 24 at Leoville voted worst Sask. road

Canadian Automobile Association members have voted for Saskatchewan’s worst roads of the year.

Highway 24 at Leoville was at the top of the list, overtaking Highway 123 near Cumberland House, which was No. 1 last year.

The third annual campaign to find the worst roads received a record 4,651 votes this year from April 1-25.

The CAA sends the information to the provincial highways ministry in the hopes it will address the roads that are in most need of attention.

A road that qualifies for worst status needs to be overrun with potholes and ruts, have poor signage or pose a safety hazard to motorists.

Saskatchewan’s 10 worst roads of 2014 are:

Highway 24, Leoville

Highway 155, La Loche

Highway 21, Paradise Hill

Highway 44, Eston

Highway 51, Major

Northern Woods and Water Route, Carrot River

Highway 908 Île-à-la-Crosse

Highway 918, Patuanak

Highway 123, Cumberland House

Highway 51, Kerrobert

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