San Bernardino, California Speed Traps
There is usually a motor cop right before Baseline if your heading South. He maintains hold on one of the smaller streets to the right of the southbound side of the street. Turning out onto the road can be difficult with the oncoming traffic so make sure it’s clear so you’re not stepping on the accelerator so hard.
heading southbound on hwy 18 (going down the hill) the last turn before the final straight away to the stop light @ 40th. just as you pass the sierra way cut off, a motorcycle cop sits at the first street on the right gunning you as you come around the curve. the speed limit is 55. everyone seems to do about 60-65. so its easy pickings for the moto cop.
Heading south on State Street, south of the 210, 2 SBPD officers will sit and stop those who do not stop at the stop sign from a residential street that turns into 16th street as you head east. Usually they stop those heading west on that street for not stopping. This happens in the morning.
Construction zone. Speed reduced to 25 MPH with sign located at entrance to construction zone, giving no leeway for slowing.
Also, 25MPH sign located on ground beneath 2 large signs indicating lane ends merge left which distract from the 25MPH sign and drivers do not see it.
Motorcycle Officer is handing out tickets at this location as fast as he can write them.
A motorcycle cop sits beneath the freeway every morning, during the week, and waits for people to either speed north bound on Del Rosa or make a right on the red light at Del Rosa and date st. That light has a "no right turn on red" sign. Its all-you-can-eat for that moto cop.