Thousand Oaks, California Speed Traps
City just put in a walk way through center divider and Sheriff sits on a motorcycle facing towards Simi from Thousand Oaks with radar gun pointed and ready to go. The sheriff is normally hiden by the trees
Motocycle cop hides behind Cellular store wall and is able to monitor speed of traffic coming from both directions. Speed limit on Thousand Oaks Blvd is 35. The motocyle cop is often seen in the first two weeks of the month there.
Motorcycle police sit on Citation Way and watch for vehicles driving North on Hillcrest. There is a slight hill you come over and when you come over they are sitting aiming there radar guns on you. Sometimes they sit in the center divider too.
Motorcycle police sit in the median just before a curve going westbound between Lynn Road and Ventu Park on Hillcrest Drive. This is heavily trafficked in AM due to Amgen employees going to work.
Most people who live in the area are unaware of the school zone sign (25 mph when children are present) on both the RH side and the divider on Moorpark Rd in each direction. That street has 45 mph posted and drivers are accustomed to jetting through. The sheriffs often lurk when school starts and ends. This school zone speed limit is a good thing but it’s easy to block out the sign.