A Kenmore bypass study conducted by the RACQ shows that building it would help ease the traffic on the Centenary Motorway, which has motorists crawling on the highway especially at peak hours.
Current driving speeds at the Centenary Motorway can slow down to 19 km/h at peak hours. The speed limit is 100 km/h.
The 4-lane bypass (two lanes at each section), if built, would run from Mogill Road in Pullenvale to the Centenary Motorway at Fig Tree Pocket.
The Kenmore Bypass Planning Study has just finished, but currently there is no decision to fund or build it.