Fremont, California Speed Traps
This is all along Niles Blvd in old town Niles , theres 1 motorcycle cop who haunts this area constantly he likes to hide beside parked vehicles or in the old car wash area . You will get stopped for 1-2 mph over the not clearly posted 25 , loud exhaust or stereo , loves to hassle motorcyclists for anything he can , BEWARE . Times weekdays are around 2pm till after 6pm , weekends as early as 8am all day .
Zone is 35mph, drops to 25mph near end at Fremont BLVD. Radar is used all along this 2 mile stretch of Lowry.
The Trap Starts at the big hill just after the residential cross streets, and is enforced by 2 motorcycle cops by radar. The Speed Limit 30 but the cops take the radar reading on a steep hill that accelerates your car to 45 mph this is before anyone can react and slow it down. It is a revenue producer. As a sidenote: When this Road First Opened 1989 the Fremont PD started running radar on it, until enough local residents complained about the Speed Trap and then enforcment stopped until this year. Now somebody is reinventing the wheel for this stretch of road.
Motor Bike Officer points south to North Bound Traffic. Speed is 45mph just before and after this area which is 40mph, so most don’t adjust their speed and get caught. Except me If you check this spot you can see him/her parked from a distance and adjust.
Paseo Padre Pkwy downhill towards Durham Rd. There are two motorcycle cops waiting down the hill. They are parked on the side of the road and will step out on the middle of the road and wave you to pull over. The speed limit is 30 mph and I got a ticket for only going 45 on a DOWNHILL! Sometimes I see a speed radar trailer on the side of the road and maybe a cop hides in it and jumps out whenever the speed registers 31 mph and up.