The Kings Highway has been voted the worst road in south-eastern NSW, with the Monaro Highway also rating up there as most frustrating.
The findings are the result of the NRMA Motoring & Services' annual Seeing Red On Roads Survey, part of their national election campaign for increased roads spending.
NRMA Director for the Southern Region, Alan Evans, says drivers on the Kings and Monaro Highways shared key concerns.
"Across the region, motorists voted that congestion, poor road surface, and a lack of passing lanes were top concerns," he said.
He says the NRMA is urging the community to get behind their federal election campaign, but Monaro MP John Barilaro says the state government has already flagged the problems.
"We know these highways get a high volume of traffic at peak times - I'll contine to lobby for further funding," said Mr Barilaro.
"But it is on the radar of the government, and we've got a plan to continue investing in these roads."
The NRMA are asking the community to help them keep the pressure on politicians to act urgently, and sign their petition at demandbetterroads.com.au.