Little Rock, Arkansas Speed Traps

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McCain Boulevard near North Hills Boulevard

Little Rock, ArkansasApr 29, 20080 Comments

A police car sometimes parks just off McCain Blvd., south at Arlington Drive.


Cantrell Road near Interstate 430

Little Rock, ArkansasApr 05, 20082 Comments

If you are driving west on Cantrell towards the 430 overpass look out on your right for a motorcycle cop. They will get you as you pass Pleasant Valley on your left and that Presbyterian church. He will sit right inside the brick wall to your right that is the entrance to a neighborhood. One day late morning/early afternoon he jumped right out in front of me. I had to hit the brakes hard to turn in and miss the wall and him. Wasn’t going that fast. He jumped out and gave little time to react. He was talking on his cell and writing a ticket. (multi-tasking) As he approached my car to hand me the ticket I heard him tell the person on the other end…I’ll see you in a minute for lunch.


Interstate 67 near The Construction Zone Bridge

Little Rock, ArkansasMar 22, 20080 Comments

On Interstate 67 going towards the ford dealership and all there is a bridge right by gander mountain and on the other side there chances are there is a state trooper waiting on the left shoulder lane.


Reservoir Road near Northgate Drive

Little Rock, ArkansasFeb 28, 20081 Comments

Reservoir Rd is very hilly and if you aren’t going 35mph you will most likely get a ticket. An officer is usually parked by/in McDermott Elementary School parking lot. Sometimes there is an officer who will detect you in the housing area between Northedge and the school. He is out of the car so you don’t even see him until it’s too late, then you will be pulled over by a police vehicle up ahead.


St. Charles Avenue near Napa Valley Parkway

Little Rock, ArkansasFeb 15, 20080 Comments

Police park behind St. Charles median and walk out to Napa Valley (Bowman) to radar (hiding along sidewalk). Because the police are on foot, the speed trap is normally on "nice" days. Easy for the police to collect ticket $$$ in this upscale area – without the hassle of criminals and warrants. Some times they move down Napa to radar in the valley where the speed is also 35- you have to break going down hill from both directions. Lame LRPD.

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