The City of Launceston council has requested more information before it proceeds with the Invermay Traffic Master Plan.
The council's general manager Michael Stretton said it requested further information be prepared, including a separate report detailing the specific congestion issues around the Goderich-Lindsay Street intersection, which forms part of the master plan.
He said the master plan is due to to go back to the councillors for a decision in the coming weeks.
Calls for the area's traffic issues to be fixed as soon as possible have been raised after developer Errol Stewart announced a $50 million residential tower plan for opposite the Silo Hotel.
The master plan was first discussed in April 2018.
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