San Diego, California Speed Traps

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Genesee Ave SB side btwn Nobel Dr & Govenor Dr.

San Diego, CaliforniaMay 07, 20030 Comments

SDPD motorcycle and vehicle officers usingstand in the shadows of the trees and are hard to see as you are travelling downhill southbound on Genesee across from University City High School, just north of Govenor Drive. They sometimes even watch for people not obeying the 25mph school zone limit at the pertinent times of days.

North bound I – 5 @ 52 merge

San Diego, CaliforniaApr 21, 20030 Comments

Going North on I 5 there is a place where CHP’s can sit off the road & watch ALL NB traffic on 5 and not be seen. You are not able to see them due to the 52 E/W junctions. It is just after 5/52 East and just before 5/52 West junction.

Murphy Canyon Road between Clairemont Mesa Blvd and Balboa Ave.

San Diego, CaliforniaFeb 18, 20030 Comments

When you are heading south on Murphy Canyon Rd, just as you pass the Chargers, you’ll see an officer on motorcycle. After you go under Balboa and its slightly down hill. Speed limit is 50mph. It’s very easy to find yourself doing 60+. BE CAREFULL!!

6th Avenue between I-5 and Juniper

San Diego, CaliforniaSep 24, 20020 Comments

Two to three motorcycle officers behind parked cars, normally working southbound traffic, but I have seen northbound worked also. I walk in Balboa Park daily and have often seen them near the church at Fir st. Have also seen them during the morning rush hour. I take this route to work and have to ride my brakes all the way down the hill to maintain my speed at a little above the posted 30mph.

Palm Ave and Beyer Blvd

San Diego, CaliforniaSep 24, 20020 Comments

They are always hiding in the shadows I have seen people pulled over all the time! Speed limit is 35mph but sometimes when you are going down the hill you can’t help but speed. My coworkers who live in that area and where warned by me. Have received speeding tickets.

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