Sacramento, California Speed Traps
The trap snags primarily truckers, especially during the commute hours. The cops hide on a section of on-ramp and will generally pull any big-rig over. I don’t know how they get them for speeding since it’s always during rush hour, but I see 2 or 3 trucks at a time pulled over every morning .
The CHP Academy on Reed Ave uses this stretch for training, usually in the morning. Beware phalanxes of up to ten motorcycle officers who hide inside the offramp cloverleaf, downstream from the flow of traffic. During rush hour, speeding shouldn’t be a problem, but I wouldn’t do anything stupid, like driving on the generous shoulders…
Sac PD uses this trap a lot, limit is posted for 35 but you get tailgated at that speed. Enforcement seems random. You can go 40 no problem but any more and you’re pressing your luck.
Airplane reports speed based on time to travel between the pedestrean overpass and the Greenback Ln. overpass for eastbound traffic,
Motorcycle police like to hide on the side streets right after the many curves. Speed limit is 30 mph but many people speed and are caught as this is a very busy but residential street.