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Speed Traps in Sugar Land, Texas

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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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US 59 North from Hwy 6 exit ramp to Airport Blvd. exit   Sugar Land, Texas

Beware--Sugar Land lunch bunch. The SLPD sits on the right shoulder at the top of an entrance ramp on his motorcycle running radar on US59 to zap inbound commuters. (NORTH). Fines are quite ridiculous. $185 for about 17 mph over. Most jurisdictions would fine you about $120 for this violation. The $200 figure is NOT a misprint, and is not for a construction zone violation. If workers are present in this area (US 59 North from Hwy 6 exit to Airport Exit), you'd better be prepared to borrow the money to pay your fine. Just be smart. If traffic is light and you think it's safe to speed--That's the very time to do EXACTLY 55 mph. or you'll get zapped with LASER!! NOT RADAR. Of course if traffic is heavy, when it's not near as safe to speed from an accident standpoint, that's when you might be okay--as I seldom see officers in heavy traffic light late afternoon. I guess that's because it's impossible to speed through the traffic in afternoon rush (5-6pm). That's what saves most of us--we can't find the room to speed. I'm not all that fast a driver--but hey if there's a mile in front of you without a car--what would it hurt to go 65-70. We could before the Feds decided we were so polluted. While true, 55 isn't working and no one obeys. Oh well, it's going to make Sugar Land (and all areas in the greater Houston area) be able to make up any budget shortfalls they may have been experiencing.

Sep 12, 2002   Texas   0 comments

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59 S at Exit HWY 6 feeder   Sugar Land, Texas

Two Motorcycle officer with hand-held Lider. After you exit the 59 S at HWY 6 Exit, watch out as you coming down hill, speed limit on feeder posted at 40 but most people go 10-15 over. The motorcycle officer usually stay on the left side close to the overpass at 59/HWY6 cross.

May 17, 2002   Texas   0 comments

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