CAA Saskatchewan has released the results of the 2014 Worst Roads Campaign and once again the north is well represented.

Hwy 24 at Leoville received the most votes as the worst road in the province.

Hwy 155 at La Loche placed second, Highway 908 at Ile-a-la Crosse is seventh, Highway 918 at Patuanak eighth and Highway 123 at Cumberland House is ninth.

CAA spokesperson Christine Niemczyk says the number of votes received on the website was up this year at over 4,600.

Niemczyk says the high number of large vehicles traveling in northern Saskatchewan may be one of the reasons roads in the region received so many votes.

The results of the survey are forwarded to the Minister of Highways as well as being posted on the CAA Saskatchewan website.