RAA is seeking public assistance to identify the worst streets in South Australia to help improve safety amid this year's horrific surge in road fatalities.
The organisation is aiming to repeat the success of its 2017 Risky Road Survey, which received almost 3000 nominations.
Since then, authorities have spent $201 million and committed another $581 million to fixing 19 of the 22 most nominated roads and intersections from that survey.
This includes $305 million for South Road duplication between Seaford and Aldinga, a $174 million overhaul of the Oaklands Crossing, $54 million earmarked for the Horrocks Highway and a $20 million upgrade of Golden Grove Road.
RAA Senior Manager Safety and Infrastructure Charles Mountain said the Risky Roads Survey helped identify and address problems with the road network.
"We invite people to nominate roads and intersections which they find difficult or confusing, poorly planned or performing, as well as risky and dangerous," he said.
"RAA wants everyone - whether they're a motorist, cyclist or pedestrian - to name anything they think is unsafe on our roads.
"This feedback is important to help RAA understand issues with the regional and metropolitan road network, and work with authorities to improve road performance and safety for all road users."
Mr Mountain said the survey gave people the chance to raise a range of concerns, including the lack of signage on a particular street, road potholes or the layout of intersections.
Nominations for RAA's Risky Roads Survey are now open, and close on December 6.