The full impact that the University of Tasmania relocation to Inveresk will have on traffic is still unknown.
On Friday, the City of Launceston council released its plans for the Invermay Traffic Master Plan.
However, RACT said there needed to be more consideration of the impacts of the university relocation.
A UTAS spokeswoman said traffic analysis would continue as the relocation progresses.
"We will continue to analyse traffic impacts, and ensure these are addressed and minimised into the future," she said.
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The spokeswoman said the proximity of the campus to the city will encourage visitors to utilise alternative modes of transport which will future complement the objectives of the traffic master plan.
"Presently, we are exploring multiple parking options in and around the Inveresk Precinct to ensure our community, students and staff have easy access to the site," she said.
"The university will continue to work closely and constructively with Launceston City Council as it reviews traffic management plans for the city now and in the years to come."
A new link road, double right-hand turn lanes and more traffic lights are proposed for the area.
The roundabout at Inveresk will be removed, and traffic lights installed. The signals will be synchronised with the ones on Boland Street, allowing traffic to be better managed.
Traffic lights is also predicted to increase pedestrian safety in the area.
"While the existing roundabout provides a reasonable level of service for north and south traffic in isolation, it does not perform well in conjunction with the Boland Street traffic signals," the council said.
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