RESIDENT David Peace certainly believes Thornhill Road, Edgerton, lives up to the billing as the worst road in Huddersfield.
Mr Peace, of Hungerford Road, is demanding Kirklees Council takes action.
"It's really bad. It's full of potholes, the foundations have gone- it's terrible.
"It's just like most of the roads in Huddersfield, but it's worse!
"The foundations have gone and the car rocks so much.
"My feeling is this town is so badly managed at the moment."
He said he regularly drives along the road and he often sees loose stones flying up at cars.
Other roads he said were bad included New Hey Road and Halifax Road.
"I contacted the Highways department last year about it and nobody's done a thing about it.
"Nobody does anything, they don't take any notice of what people are saying.
"Nobody listens to what the public are saying."
He has also written the following letter to council leader Clr Kath Pinnock.
"The police force is being cut back, the fire service is being cut back, the state of our road surfaces is appalling, obstructions are placed on the main roads causing major congestion, the cemeteries are in an appalling state, the rates have increased by 5% and I am led to believe the council is in debt, therefore how can you justify awarding councillors a very large pay rise?"
A spokesman for Kirklees Highways said: "Thornhill Road in Edgerton is inspected regularly to make sure that it's safe, so we are aware that its condition is below average. The road is not on our three-year programme of works for resurfacing due to budget availability.
"But an extra £1.5m has been made available this financial year specifically for repairing and maintaining this type of residential, unclassified road.
"The full details of this new scheme, and the roads to be included in it, are being developed.
"Until Thornhill Road is scheduled for resurfacing, or included in a repair or maintenance scheme, it will be inspected every month.
"We will continue to fill potholes and carry out patching works to maintain a surface that is as safe as we can make it."