This notorious April 28 crash rained a load of pig blood all over a residential property next to the Trans-Canada Highway in Revelstoke. Look closely at the truck's skid mark. It appears the truck went over when it hit the big rut in the middle of the road. The stretch the truck travelled just before the crash was also littered with potholes.

Trans-Canada at Revelstoke voted 12th worst road in B.C.

The Trans-Canada Highway around Revelstoke was voted the 12th worst road in B.C. in a recent contest hosted by the British Columbia Automobile Association.

The Trans-Canada Highway around Revelstoke was voted the 12th worst road in B.C. in a recent contest hosted by the British Columbia Automobile Association.

Nearly 4,000 people voted in the BCAA ‘Worst Roads’ online poll, which was open from May 3 to 24. Drivers were invited to nominate the road (or bridge or tunnel) in or near their community that they feel is most in need of improvement. A road could be identified as ‘worst’ either because it is in poor condition, unsafe or frequently congested.

The Trans-Canada Highway near Revelstoke got 49 votes, with damaged pavement being cited as the reason.

BCAA President and CEO Tim Condon said the survey allows BCAA to give province-wide profile to sub-standard roads B.C. “By voting in our first-ever ‘Worst Roads’ survey, B.C. drivers have given BCAA the information and mandate to advocate for road improvements in communities throughout the province,” Condon said. “We’re pleased to see communities like Prince George ‘get the vote out’ in the hopes that their efforts will be rewarded with better and safer roads.

Here are the results. The format is road name/location/number of votes/reason cited:

1. Ospika Boulevard, South Prince George, 552, Damaged pavement

2. Enderby-Mabel Lake Road, Enderby, 403, Damaged pavement

3. Patullo Bridge, Surrey-New West,242, Congestion

4. Harris Road, Saturna Island, 147, Damaged pavement

5. Silver Star Road, Vernon, 117, Damaged pavement

6. Pacific Rim Highway, Vancouver Island, 109, Damaged pavement

7. Hope Princeton Highway, Southern B.C., 85, Damaged pavement

8. Westside Road, Falkland, 81, Damaged pavement

9. Coalmont Road, Princeton, 71, Damaged pavement

10. George Massey Tunnel, Richmond-Delta, 62, Congestion

11. Iron Workers Memorial Bridge, Vancouver – N.Van, 56, Poor/no bike paths

12. Trans-Canada Hwy Revelstoke, Revelstoke, 49, Damaged pavement

13, North Nechako Road, Prince George, 48, Congestion

14, Daly Road, Surrey, 47, Damaged pavement,

15, Oak Street Bridge, Vancouver-Richmond, 46, Damaged pavement

15. West Coast Road, Shirley (Van. Island), 46, Damaged pavement

17. Domano Boulevard, Prince George, 34, Damaged pavement

18. Westside Road, Kelowna -Vernon, 33, Damaged pavement

19. Bamfield Road, Port Alberni, 32, Damaged pavement

20. Balfour-Kaslo-Galena Bay Hwy, West Kootenay, 30, Poor/no bike paths


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