The Brisbane Times reported Annerley residents had petitioned the Brisbane City Council for safety upgrades to the intersection of Venner Road and Frederick Street when a man was killed after the crash in August 2018.
RACQ spokesperson Lucinda Ross said the Club welcomed an investigation into potential safety improvements.
“It’s great to see Council is considering upgrades, as there are a few factors which makes this intersection tricky for motorists and pedestrains,” Ms Ross said.
“Venner Road has a 60km/h speed limit and carries a significant amount of traffic. The Frederick Street and Lagonda Street side roads are slightly offset, which makes it more difficult to cross or enter Venner Road safely.
“Council could consider a range of improvements to slow traffic at the intersection and make crossing the road safer for drivers, cyclists and pedestrians.”