Carling Avenue is one of Ontario's worst roads.
The Canadian Automobile Association's annual survey ranks the road as the seventh worst in the province, up two spots from last year.
Seven of the top ten were in Toronto -- the others were in Niagara Falls and Hamilton.
The CAA says there was a 31% increase in voting this year, and more than 2,000 streets and roads were nominated.
It adds 90% of those who voted complained of crumbling pavement and potholes.
The survey is part of the Association's push to have governments commit more funding to infrastructure repairs and upgrades.
It wants the party leaders in the Ontario election campaign to make the matter a critical part of their platforms.