A review of speed limits has found most Queenslanders want to be allowed to drive faster.

More than 3,000 people have made submissions to the State Government.

About 52 per cent of respondents were in favour of increasing speed limits, while 32 per cent wanted them reduced.

Transport Minister Scott Emerson says 100 roads will be reviewed in total.

"We haven't made the decision yet on what 100 roads will be reviewed, but the feedback we've had from the community identified the Bruce Highway, the Warrego Highway, the Pacific Motorway, as ones to have a look at," he said.

However, Mr Emerson says no adjustments to speed limits will be made without the approval of safety engineers.

"Some would argue that the road conditions mean it is possible to have the speed going faster," he said.

"Others would argue that they need to be slowed down in some areas.

"What I really do get most of the time is actually about consistency of speed - that people find it very frustrating to see variations on speeds over very short stretches of roads."