Upgrades to the Midland Highway have been labelled dangerous after motorists raised their concerns about an intersection.
The Northern Midlands Council has been contacted regarding two separate upgrades by the Department of State Growth to two roads in the region.
The intersection at Woolmers Lane and the Midland Highway was raised, regarding wire rope barriers.
"As part of the upgrade works on the Midland Highway passing lanes, a new turning lane and wire rope barriers have been installed either side of the Woolmers Lane intersection," the council's May agenda said.
"When turning south out of the Woolmers Lane intersection many drivers complain that the wire rope barrier obscures view of south-bound traffic on the highway."
Concerns have also been raised about posts on the wire barriers blocking vision when travelling south. The council suggest moving the barrier further back from the intersection.
The council has encouraged State Growth to undertake a review of the intersection.
State Growth is aware of the concerns and has investigated the issue, a spokeswoman said.
"A design is being developed to improve the safety of this turn, with the improvement works planned to be completed in coming months," she said.
Concerns were also raised about upgrades to Evandale Road where road widening and shoulder sealing works were carried out.
The main issues are with the section of the road between the Launceston Airport and Leighlands Road.
"The widening works have improved safety particularly for large vehicles and cyclists, however, the road was in poor condition prior to the works being carried out with pavement deformation and failures in many places," the council said.
"The contrast between newly constructed road shoulders and the existing road is very noticeable, the road itself is rough and has many depressions and humps which can be felt when driving."
Northern Midlands Council believe the only way to address the issue is to do a full reconstruction.
A Department of State Growth spokeswoman said the final seal of the Evandale Road works has not been applied which is why there is a contrast between the existing road and new shoulders.
"The final seal of the full width of the road is scheduled for the 2019-20 summer construction season, which will bring the road surface in line with the upgraded road shoulders," she said.
Northern Midlands Council will discuss the concerns at its meeting on Monday.