Every year, the CAA asks motorists to nominate the worst roads in Ontario (so why is it called Canada's Worst Roads?). This year, Algonquin Boulevard in Timmins took 1st and 2nd places. The city's Riverside Drive came 8th. Highway 144 in Greater Sudbury came 4th. With 40% of the top ten roads in a part of the province with less than 10% of the provincial population, can somebody explain to me why driving in the north (as opposed to taking the now-cancelled train) is a better alternative?
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