Hamilton's Burlington Street East has won the title of Ontario's Worst Road, according to the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) Worst Roads list.
Coming in second was Dufferin Street in Toronto, and Lorne Street in Sudbury received the third-place title.
CAA saw record-breaking numbers, receiving 3,000 nominations this year.
Burlington Street East slowly made its way up the list after it made its debut in the top 10 in 2009, according to a press release.
CAA said in the release that it hopes this can spark conversations with elected officials to initiate change for the most disliked road.
"With Burlington Street East attaining the top spot on this year's CAA Worst Roads list, it is a clear message by voters that this road isn't meeting the needs of residents," Raymond Chan, government relations specialist for CAA South Central Ontario, said in the release. "We look forward to discussing the results of this year's list with elected officials and municipal staff from across the province in the coming months.
Paul Miller, MPP (Hamilton East -- Stoney Creek) echoed Chan's sentiments.
"I hope that CAA's spotlight will spur some much-needed improvement on Burlington Street East and the many other Hamilton roads that require immediate attention," he said in the release. "We must invest in the repair and maintenance of our existing infrastructure as well as in building new transport connections. People depend on this road to be safe."
Other roads that made the top 10 include Maley Drive, Queenston Street, Algonquin Boulevard West, Hunt Club Road, Carling Avenue, Duckworth Street, Algonquin Boulevard East, Yonge Street and County Road 49.