POLL: What is the most frustrating intersection in Greater Victoria?

  • Feb. 5, 2020 10:30 a.m.

Getting around Greater Victoria can be frustrating on the best of days. And there are certain roads and intersections that take that frustration level to the next level.

ALSO READ: Saanich intersections rank as Island’s three worst

A stretch of McKenzie Avenue and the area near Uptown have long been considered among the worst intersections in Saanich, while Peninsula drivers fume as they battle congestion along the Pat Bay Highway.

ALSO READ: More than half of Saanich’s 10 worst intersections include McKenzie Avenue

The addition of bike lanes have complicated the commute for motorists in the City of Victoria, while problems persist on the West Shore along Sooke Road and Millstream Avenue.

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