Nearly three-quarters of people of voted in a Jimboomba Times poll said traffic lights would not ease the congestion at the Mount Lindesay Highway and Logan Motorway interchange.
A total of 362 people voted, with 266 saying traffic lights would not ease the congestion.
Of those who responded, 96 people said the traffic lights would ease congestion.
The poll was in response to an upgrade proposed by Transurban Queensland as part of the Logan Enhancement Project to install traffic lights at the interchange.
The lights would replace a stop sign at the right-hand turn for southbound traffic.
In a Transurban document on the proposed upgrades Transurban states the changes would improve safety, reliability and increase traffic flow.
“An overpass at the Mt Lindesay Highway/Beaudesert Road interchange is not considered a viable solution given the very high number of conflicting traffic movements and the close proximity of other interchanges,” the information states.
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