The intersection at Wellington and York Streets in Launceston has been identified as the worst intersection crash site in the North.
Almost 40 crashes, collisions or bingles have been recorded at the site since 2013, with seven resulting in minor injuries and one a serious injury.
Across the state more than 8750 intersection crashes have been recorded on Tasmanian roads in the last five years.
A majority resulted in property damage, almost 1600 resulted in minor injury, 217 in serious injury and 22 resulted in death.
Other intersection crash hotspots in Launceston included the Howick and Wellington Street intersection with 35 crashes, Forster and Goderich Street intersection with 33, and the Goderich, Lindsay and Lower Charles Street intersection with 32.
For crash comparisons, the worst crash spot in Hobart was the Brooker Avenue and Liverpool Street roundabout, which recorded 249 incidents in the same period, while a city intersection at Barrack and Macquarie Streets recorded 33.
A State Growth department spokesman noted that the number of crashes at an intersection could be a reflection of how busy a road was.
He added that the data showed a vast majority of intersection crashes involved property damage only.
"The majority of serious casualties are a result of single-vehicle run-off-road, and head-on crashes. As such, actions to reduce these are a key focus of the Tasmanian Road Safety Strategy," the spokesman said.
Roadworks at intersections are influenced by a number of factors, including the type and seriousness of crashes, and whether there is a treatable pattern underlying the crashes, he said.
"Particular treatments, such as a roundabout or traffic signals, are determined on ... what is most appropriate for that location. This can in turn influence the number and severity of crashes."
In the state's regional areas, hotspots included the intersection at Evandale and Hobart Roads and the Midland Highway at Breadalbane, with 29 crashes.
Since 2013 Meander Valley recorded 125 intersection crashes, with four listed as serious and resulting in injury or death.
Northern Midlands recorded 157 crashes and the West Tamar recorded 136.
Launceston crashes accounted for one-fifth of all crashes statewide.