Culver City, California Speed Traps

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Washington Blvd & Robertson Blvd

Culver City, CaliforniaSep 26, 20091 Comments

Not exactly a speed trap. But I have seen cops hiding on Robertson Blvd looking for those who make the illegal right turn under red light from Robertson (south) to Washington (west).

Sepulveda Boulevard near W. Washington Boulevard

Culver City, CaliforniaMar 19, 20080 Comments

Boulevard U-Turn Sting prior to road construction lane closure.

Jefferson Boulevard near Overland Avenue

Culver City, CaliforniaSep 12, 20071 Comments

Traveling east on Jefferson to Overland – If you are traveling too fast and you are making a right turn (at Denny’s) you may miss the stop sign which is a few feet befor you actually turn. Particularly when the trees are full, they cover the sign and you may not see it. But Culver City PD knows its there!

Washington Boulevard near La Cienega Boulevard

Culver City, CaliforniaSep 06, 20070 Comments

As you drive west bound on Washington Blvd. Just west of La Cienega -adjacent to La Ballona Creek on the North side of Washington. There are two motorcycle officers off their bikes hiding in between parked cars, and assisted by the curving street, waiting for people to speed through in an effort to try and beat the camara/red light- which, by the way, is no longer working. They also wave ppl down who are in the "Right lane must turn right" lane infront of the rim shop East of La Cienega , and end up driving through the intersection going towards them.

Jefferson Boulevard near Duquesne Avenue

Culver City, CaliforniaAug 14, 20070 Comments

In the morning during rush hour, if you are going West on Jefferson Boulevard after passing traffic light on Holdrege Avenue, you should obey the posted speed limit of 35mph. Ahead to your right usually there is a motorcyle Culver City PD points his radar gun at on coming traffic while he parks between parked cars.

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