Complain about a section of road, win an iPad!

Barcham 22 May 2013 3

It’s the competition that was made for us Rioters!

Vote for the worst section of road in the ACT, and you might win an iPad.

Since NRMA’s first Seeing Red on Roads campaign in 2011, governments have committed over $1.8 billion to fix the Pacific Highway and $240 million to fix the Princes Highway.

The NSW Government has also announced its WestConnex Project to fix the road our Members voted as the worst in Sydney – Parramatta Road.

Although we’ve made a great start, the job of getting our most dangerous roads upgraded is far from over.

With a federal election on the horizon, it’s more important than ever to get behind our Seeing Red on Roads campaign. We need to make our voices heard to ensure we get a fair share of federal road funding.

You can help by putting a ‘Red Flag’ on your worst road in NSW or the ACT.

Don’t wait to be heard – have your say now!

We’ll keep an eye on this and let you know when we get the results, should be interesting to see what gets voted the worst.

In the mean time, why not try and win an iPad?

Here’s a link to the survey, good luck!

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3 Responses to Complain about a section of road, win an iPad!
Jere13 Jere13 1:08 pm 27 May 13

gooterz said :

How precise do we have to be, would “Canberra” be acceptable?

That is gold but sadly true.

I’ve often thought there should be a “rough road ahea” sign right next to the “welcome to the ACT” sign. You know the part where the asphalt changes to coarse chip. I was in Wollongong on the weekend and near all their roads are asphalt, how is this fair.

The Australian Automobile Association also has launched a demand better roads campain for the election.

gooterz gooterz 5:18 pm 22 May 13

How precise do we have to be, would “Canberra” be acceptable?

EvanJames EvanJames 4:26 pm 22 May 13

Second prize: 2 iPads. I refuse to go in competitions with iPads, in case I win one and use up all my luck.

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