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Speed Traps in Sugar Land, Texas

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US Highway 59 near State Highway 6   Sugar Land, Texas

Sugar Land is the target of a big speed (and other traffic law) enforcement sweep. The worst area is on US 59 from Williams Trace Blvd southward to the Grand Parkway/Crabb River Road (FM 99) area. Especially bad weekday afternoons from 5:00pm until midnight. SLPD is regularly in this extra-territorial jurisdiction sitting across from Greatwood. Lots of people getting tickets! Lots of them!
You might see them anytime--this is just what I've been seeing. THEY ARE USING LASER. NO WARNINGS. NOT EVEN FROM VALENTINE ONE RADAR/LASER DETECTOR. Sorry. Slow down and go 65 in here. No kidding! SLPD & Troopers are serious about it! They said there's been some bad wrecks out there lately--and I have to admit seeing some, too.
Also, in the AM rush--cop is making sure you exit to go to UH new campus--and don't try to cut back in traffic. If you try to cut back in traffic--expect a citation. Your rude behavior will get you undesireable attention!
Good luck navigating this stretch. Go the speed limit, you get run over--speed; you get a ticket. Lose , lose!
Oh one more thing, alcohol = BED & BREAKFAST FOR YOU.

Sep 2, 2004   Texas   0 comments

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State Highway 6   Sugar Land, Texas

WATCH OUT as you drive down six north watch out as you get close to oyster creek park "between settlers way and dulles"" they will give you a ticket for just about anything!"

Apr 26, 2004   Texas   0 comments

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Hwy 59 in Sugar Land City Limits   Sugar Land, Texas

Sugar Land motorcycle cops have gotten in on the LIDAR game. The speed limit is ridiculous--55 mph for a recently widened highway. Traffic routinely goes well into the 70s or even more (Honestly, people ought to go about 65-70 but Houstonians are always in a hurry and on a mission when they drive!!). Anyway, they'll get you ON THE FREEWAY. They sit over rises so you can't see until it's too late. Radar detector won't help, except for some of the regular SLPD cars that also run radar in the same area. Don't think you have to be exiting or on the access road. They do run the freeway. Watch your step from 10am until 4pm and again after 630pm. In other words, when traffic lightens up a little. Weekends anytime are a possibility, too, but I don't often come into town on the weekends--so I can't vouch for that entirely.

Jul 6, 2003   Texas   0 comments

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Sugar Lakes Blvd   Sugar Land, Texas

Beware to all. Due to increased complaints from citizens and the city government the Sugar Land Police will exercise zero tolerance speed enforcement on Sugar Lakes. I understand that if you are going 8 mph over you will get a $110 reminder to go 30 mph. The city did a survey and found that the 85th percentile was 46 mph. That means that the speed limit should be raised to around 35 mph. It would be a good defense in court. Hire a lawyer though, because if you defend yourself, you will lose.

Mar 28, 2003   Texas   0 comments

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Hwy. 59 and Williams Trace Blvd.   Sugar Land, Texas

The officer sits on the service road right behind the exit so when you exit at a high rate of speed he nails you.

Nov 13, 2002   Texas   0 comments

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