We are in the middle of Summer here in Western New York and that means everything you head out on the roads you are going to encounter some road construction.

So are they fixing the right roads? We all have that one road on our daily commute that just screams to be fixed.

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We took to social media and asked people across Western New York what roads need to be fixed ASAP. We got over 600 comments on our Facebook page alone so we know that there are a lot of road issues in Western New York.

After combing thru all the comments with some of them saying "All the roads in Erie County" or "Any road north of the 400" we found the roads that got the most comments.

From there we took to google maps to check out the roads and noticed that yep, ya'll be right, these roads need some work.

From potholes to cracks in the roads, these roads could use some tender loving care from the local highway department.

Even if you don't drive by these roads on a daily basis, make sure to be cautious if you have to travel down them because you couple pop a tire, mess up your realignment in your car, or even mess your the realignment in your back.

So buckle up, strap in, hold on to the handle, and get ready for a bumpy ride as you cruise down the 12 Roads That Need To Be Fixed Right Now In Western New York.

Here we go!

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