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US Highway #50 near Dutch Hollow Road   Aurora, Indiana

Down hill section of U.S. 50, from Dutch Hollow Road to S.R. 350 intersections. A rural area, re-posted by Indiana D.O.T., as it is in Aurora City limits. Old 65 m.p.h. now 45 m.p.h and posted, but downhill nature of road makes it difficult. Not terribly heavily patrolled by IN State Police & Aurora Police, but if you are caught you are probably guilty. Be careful on this two mile stretch!

Apr 18, 2008

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Yes! This is a speed trap. (44) - No, this is definitely NOT a speed trap. (4)

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This is definitely a speed trap and not only on the downhill side of the road. I was ticketed for speeding on the uphill side of the road shortly after the speed limit was changed.

#1 - Nov 15, 2010    Report abuse

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