CAA Saskatchewan says Highway 155 near La Loche is leading its worst roads campaign after three weeks of voting.
Which road do people in Saskatchewan think is the worst in 2017?
That has not been determined yet, but CAA Saskatchewan has released the top 10 over halfway through its worst roads campaign.
After three weeks, Highway 155 near La Loche is the leader. The highway finished ninth in last year's campaign.
Highway 354 near Dilke – ranked the worst road in the province in 2015 and 2016 – sits in second place.
From third to tenth is Highway 21 near Paradise Hill, Highway 26 near Loon Lake, Highway 47 near Springside, Highway 35 near Love, Second Avenue South in Hepburn, Highway 255 near Nipawin, Highway 322 near Silton and Second Street North in Waldheim.
CAA said 3,800 votes had been counted with 1,200 votes coming in week three.
Potholes remain the number one problem identified by voters, according to CAA.
Voting started on April 3 and continues until April 28. Results from this year's campaign will be released in early May.