Lancaster, California Speed Traps
This entire road, along with 120th East, is patrolled by CHP for traffic travelling to and from the local military base. The road is long and straight and the prima facie speed limit is 55mph. (https://www.dmv.ca.gov/pubs/vctop/d11/vc22352.htm) Goverment employees and military who commute are easy pickings, and local LEOs know that they have to pay up to keep their records clean. Slow down here and discontinue the transfer of wealth from your pocketbook to the local judicial branch.
Motorcycle officer sits to south of ATT store at corner, or to north of same corner obscured from view and waits for motorist exceeding flow of traffic.
School zone; behind Piute heading West to Division. Cop sits northside of H-8 and givse tickets for speeding in a school zone. Doesn’t matter what time of day. I got one at 5:00 in the evening when there wasn’t anybody present!
Not a speed trap, but a ticket trap. On Challenger Way going south, the right lane merges onto Avenue L at the signal. Some people stop at a red light, but most just merge, as Avenue L going west is a single lane until it crosses Challenger Way. Officers are writing tickets to those that don’t stop for the red light, but the signage leads you to believe it is a merge lane and does not require you to stop. The people that stop get honked at by those behind them, it is an accident waiting to happen, plus the tickets are very expensive for running a red light.
Motorcycle cop sits under a tree located in front of Limon Chiropractic. Only in the morning.