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Speed Traps in Costa Mesa, California

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Pullman Avenue near Baker Street   Costa Mesa, California

Traffic cop frequently sits just off on Briggs Avenue watching during AM/PM rush hour for cars speeding on Pullman Avenue to and from Baker Street. Pullman Avenue is the major entryway for the largest industrial zone in Costa Mesa.

Apr 10, 2008   California   0 comments

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Adams Avenue near Fairview Road   Costa Mesa, California

A motorcycle officer sits behind the Pinecreek Village Apartment sign, in their driveway. It's halfway between Fairview and Harbor Blvds. The apartment sign blocks a driver's view of the motorcycle.

Mar 14, 2008   California   0 comments

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Yes! This is a speed trap. (22) - No, this is definitely NOT a speed trap. (7)

National Street near Wilson Street   Costa Mesa, California

hides in shadow of tree watching for people speeding into Wilson Elementary School 25 mph School Zone going towards plecencia st.

Feb 27, 2008   California   1 comments

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Adams Avenue near Santa Ana River   Costa Mesa, California

Since a speeding fatality on Adams Avenue occurred in late 2007, the speed limit along this major arterial has been reduced from 50 mph to 45 mph and there are additional signs posted as well as markers on the pavement. Enforcement has been stepped up as well. Drivers usually travel about 50-60 mph between the Santa Ana River (at the Huntington Beach city limit line) to Harbor Boulevard in Costa Mesa.

Feb 24, 2008   California   2 comments

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Iowa Street near Gisler Avenue   Costa Mesa, California

Motorcycle Cops hide in the Condo driveways and regularily catch speeding motorist at all hours of the day. For some reason people drive extremely fast on this street and endanger the local residents, school childred and pets. It's a blessing to have our Costa Mesa Police looking out for our neighborhood and taking care of the selfish speedsters.

Dec 13, 2007   California   0 comments

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