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Share the Road Cycling Coalition Announces Latest Bicycle Friendly Community Awards

13 communities recognized for their efforts to support the growing interest in cycling For more than a decade, Share the Road Cycling Coalition (STR) has been running the Bicycle Friendly Communities (BFC) award program, which provides communities with a comprehensive roadmap to evaluate current conditions for cycling, and guidance to foster safe bikeable communities for all ages and abilities.

CAA’s Slow Down Move Over Day Social Media Campaign Promotes Safety for Highway Workers

May 11th, 2021 is CAA Slow Down Move Over Day, a national day of safety in observance and recognition of first responders working on our highways, including tow truck operators, police officers, paramedics, fire department crews, construction workers, and highway patrol staff.

Honest Communication, Treatment of Members Cited as CAA Named Most Trusted Brand in Canada

Also ranked first in insurance category for fourth straight year The Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) has been named the most trusted brand in Canada for the second year in a row in the annual Gustavson Brand Trust Index, released today.

It’s Official! Announcing CAA’s 2021 Top Ten Worst Roads

Saskatchewan motorists, cyclists, motorcyclists and pedestrians have nominated and voted for their worst municipal roads and highways.

Last Chance to Vote for Your Worst Road for CAA’s 2021 Top Ten Worst Roads

Saskatchewan motorists, cyclists, motorcyclists and pedestrians have until Tuesday, April 27th to vote for the worst roads they have travelled on. The 2021 Top Ten Worst Roads will be revealed on April 28. There are many Saskatchewan roads and highways nominated this year, including:

Week Three of CAA’s Worst Roads Campaign: We Need to Hear From You! Nominate and Vote for Your Worst Road

Saskatchewan motorists, cyclists, motorcyclists and pedestrians have until April 27th to nominate and vote for the worst roads they have travelled on. Worst roads have potholes, crumbling and fractured pavement, lack of infrastrucure for safe use by all road users, and poor or no signage.

The New Saskatchewanderer Is Ready To Take On 2021

Musician, adventurer, educator and content creator Felipe Gomez has been announced as the 2021 Saskatchewanderer.

Poor Roads Cost Canadians $3 Billion Annually: CAA Study

OTTAWA – Canadians are paying $3 billion every year in higher vehicle operating costs due to poor road infrastructure, says a new study by the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA).