NRMA have released its figures from its Rate Your Road survey with Milvale Road and the Olympic Highway at Young voted equally the worst by its members.
Though the Olympic Highway and Milvale Road received the same amount of votes, the survey used safety and other factors to score roads an average rating out of 100.
The Olympic Highway scored 44/100 for its safety while Milvale Road scored an average of 34/100 for its condition, congestion and safety, according to an NRMA spokesperson.
Other roads in Young that received votes included:
- Murringo Road
- Kingsvale Road
- Scenic Road
- Thornhill Street
- Apps Lane
- Bashams Lane
- Campbell Street
- Moppity Road
- Tumbleton Street
- Whiteman Avenue
- William Street
The information was released by the NRMA on Tuesday.
Across the Riverina, Wagga's Ingle Road, and Gumly Gumly Road received the most votes and scored and average safety rating of only 33/100.
Edward Street in Wagga's CBD was popular among voters and also scored poorly, receiving a rating of 38/100 due to its congestion.
The Sturt Highway at San Isadore received the third most amount of votes and was rated 45/100 for its safety and condition.
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The Holbrook Road at Galston Park scored just 29/100 for its safety, receiving the fourth amount of votes in the area.
Rounding out the top Riverina roads voted for by NRMA members was Lake Albert Road at Kooringal earning it a score of 35/100 for its condition.
NRMA region director Kate Lundy thanked local residents and the Riverina for their support in participating in the survey.
"It's important that we stand up for the interests of all our members not just those in metropolitan areas," Ms Lundy said.
"The fact that so many people completed this survey shows transport and road issues are at the forefront of the state's concerns."