Burlingame, California Speed Traps
Police hide on a hill to the right, in a way that they are able to quickly drive down the onramp, get onto the freeway, hides behind traffic and eventually pulls you over one or two exits away and tickets you. He claims to use LIDAR to get your speed.
Rollins road in Burlingame between Millbrae Ave and Broadway with 2 line on each direction. , 1.5 ml long but no stop sign or stop light, 35mph speed limit, but driver go up to 55+ all the time, police set up radar catch speeder all the time.
Trousdale is a steep street with multiple lanes going up towards the freeway and leading downhill towards El Camino. It has many stop signs along the way. many people roll the stop signs because of the speed they attain while going downhill. most often a cop sits on the corner of Trousdale and Sebastian. however all along Trousdale at various intersections they like to hide off on a side street an catch either speeders or people not coming to complete stops.
This is a 35 mph zone where it is very easy to go 45 mph. The police have radar guns and strictly enforce the speed limit.
Skyline Rd is an entrance to the 280 freeway. The speed limit drops from 45 to 35 when you cross the city limit of Hillsborough to Burlingame.