Foster City, California Speed Traps

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Beach Park Boulevard near Teal Street

Foster City, CaliforniaAug 27, 20060 Comments

Driving E.Hillsdale Blvd when it starts turning into Beach Park Blvd, you first cross intersection with Gull street and then Beach Park Blvd starts to curve right. Once you pass Teal street – watch out for a patrol car parked on the right and catching speeders. Some time officer is parked on the left side of the Beach Park Blvd in the curve, so it is invisible for speeding motorists coming from either direction of Beach Park Blvd. Posted speed limit on Beach Park Blvd is 35 MPH, but the road is long and without stop signs, but with many walkers/joggers/bicyclists crossing this blvd.

Hillsdale Boulevard near Norfolk Street

Foster City, CaliforniaApr 07, 20060 Comments

In an early rush hour, a rainy morning after DST changed. I was seeing Yellow traffic light and speedy over the cross road; saw flash lights on top like photoes taken against my speed or red-light? Could also be in the next traffic light 50 feet before freeway 101.

Triton Drive near Pilgrim Drive

Foster City, CaliforniaJan 06, 20050 Comments

FCPD will sit in the parking lot at the intersection facing South East watching for Stop sign busters driving East on Triton. If you don’t stop and count, your busted.

Foster City Boulevard near State Highway 92 East

Foster City, CaliforniaNov 06, 20040 Comments

As you exit the 92 at night, a squad car will be waiting in the side parking lot of Orchard Supply. The officer will pace your car down Foster City Boulevard, a 40mph street, until the speed drops to 35 and then 25 for the bridge over the canal. At the height of the bridge, traffic flows at about 40. At the base of the bridge, the officer pulls you over for an easy "40 in a 25 ticket."

East Hillsdale Boulevard near State Highway 101

Foster City, CaliforniaOct 08, 20040 Comments

Often times there’s a patrol car sitting in the entry way of the Promotory Point condominium complex stalking cars driving westbound on East Hillsdale Blvd, just before South Norfolk St. Usually the speed limit is 35mph, but because of construction (even though there aren’t any crews working), the limit is down to 25mph.

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