Moreno Valley, California Speed Traps
Redlands Boulevard near Locust Avenue
Heading up the hill at Redlands Bl, into the San Timeteo canyon it is common to see a motorcycle officer sitting (hidden) in the equestrian center on the right, just past locust. Bonehead drivers often try to pass going into the canyon
Sunnymead Boulevard near Heacock Street
Both motorcycle and patrol cars sit tucked in on the North side of Sunnymead Blvd. between Perris and Frederick, citing anyone for speed, noise, etc.
Sunnymead Boulevard near Pigeon Pass Avenue
Vehicles turning left at the left-turn arrow from Southbound Pigeon Pass onto Sunnymead have only enough time for 3 cars (at best). Motorcycle officer sits in gas station across the street and cites vehicles that do not complete the turn on time.
Alessandro Street near Heacock Street
Heading East on Alessandro, cross Heacock and a motorcycle cop sits right in front of a large car wash sign on the right side of the road; (three lane road) he can be hard to see; the posted speed limit goes from 55 to 45 and then back up to 55 but he gets you if you go over 50………I’ve only seen him there in the morning rush hour between 5:30 a.m. and 6:30 a.m. and I think it is very misleading to have the posted speed limit go from 55 to 45 on two blocks and then back up to 55; this is a heavily traveled street going to and from Moreno Valley to Riverside.
Alessandro Boulevard near Perris Avenue
Motorcycle police hide in the Ride Aid parking lot at the corner of the sidewalk