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Ottawa streets getting their share of votes for Ontario's Top 10 Worst Roads

The Canadian Automobile Association hs launched its annual Top 10 Worst Roads in Ontario campaign and according to CTV News Ottawa, a number of streets in the capital are already getting considerable numbers of votes.

CTV reports that votes are fairly substantial for St. Patrick Street, Carling Avenue and Baseline Road.

Every year, CAA compiles a list of the 10 worst roads in the province in terms of problems such as potholes, uneven surfaces and congestion. Last year, Carling ranked ninth on the final list of worst roads in Ontario.

The campaign helps to draw attention to Ontario's deteriorating roads and highways and the CAA says since the campaign first kicked off in 2003, 90 per cent of the roads nominated to the annual list have either been repaired or are scheduled to be repaired.

CAA wants to hear from all road users and the campaign runs until April 25. You can vote at caaworstroads.com.

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