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Jean Talon Westbound, corner Dieppe   Montreal, Quebec

Jean Talon westbound, from Canora / Wilderton to Dieppe is just short of a Km. in length. Next to the left lane is a concrete median and to the right is a linear park with excellent sight lines. Most drivers are tempted to drive at 60 - 70 k/h. because there are no people walking, no cars are parked, there are no buildings and no cross streets The cop (and his car) hide out of sight in the bushes at Dieppe (where the traffic light is.) He cannot be seen even when you are close to the corner. He is there ANY day of the week , generally in mid-afternoon.

May 6, 2010

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