04/07/2016 12:09 EDT | Updated 04/08/2017 01:12 EDT

Worst roads campaign in Saskatchewan looking for potholes, pavement problems

REGINA — The Canadian Automobile Association wants to hear from drivers who are bouncing around on potholes or crumbling pavement in Saskatchewan.

The association is to launch Saskatchewan's worst roads campaign on Friday.

The goal is to put a spotlight on troublesome and even dangerous road conditions.

Photos of the nominated and voted worst road will be accepted until April 29 and the Top 10 will be announced on May 2.

There were 4,556 votes cast last year and Highway 354 near Dilke was named the worst road in the province.

In the recent provincial election, Premier Brad Wall acknowledged there is more work to do and promised $70 million over three years for additional repairs to highways.


The Canadian Press