Mission Hills, California Speed Traps

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Rinaldi St between Woodley Ave and Haskell Ave

Mission Hills, CaliforniaFeb 22, 20140 Comments

On january 28 2014, 9:00 AM, four LAPD vehicles parked on Rinaldi St at Haskell Ave. Officers using radar to get speed reading and hailing down vehicles over speed limit. Not a lot of traffic here but easy to up speed without realizing as it is 4 lanes, 2 on either side of double line plus room for street parking. Posted speed is 40 MPH.

San Jose & Woodman

Mission Hills, CaliforniaAug 24, 20100 Comments

Radar & Parked cruisers looking for Stop sign Violators

Lassen St. Between Woodman Blvd and Sepulveda Blvd

Mission Hills, CaliforniaApr 12, 20100 Comments

Motorcycles with radar hides in drive ways and between cars to catch speeders in both directions

Woodman Ave. between Devonshire St. and Lassen St.

Mission Hills, CaliforniaMar 18, 20100 Comments

The speed limit is 35, but there is only a single sign near Devonshire St. A cop not infrequently hides behind parked cars near Lassen St. during the morning rush hour. Even so, traffic is often light enough that motorists forget the speed limit and get pulled over.

San Fernando Mission Boulevard near Sepulveda Boulevard

Mission Hills, CaliforniaJul 23, 20081 Comments

Officers tend to park in driveways by the Mission or the school waiting for people to go over the speed limit.

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