Walnut Creek, California Speed Traps

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State Highway 24 near Lamorinda

Walnut Creek, CaliforniaJul 26, 20060 Comments

24 itself is a hotbed of CHP activity. Watch out especially for those pesky little CHP Camaros. Even worse than 24, though are the communities of Moraga, Orinda and Lafayette. All the cops have radar, and I think the whole area is surveyed. My advice is drive like a grandman, drive a Lexus, and for God’s sake, turn on the radar detector! {don’t ask me about the driving like a grandman and Lexus things. It must be a California thing. because it makes no sense to me}

Palmer Road near Sylvan Road

Walnut Creek, CaliforniaMar 20, 20050 Comments

There’s often a motorcycle sitting behind some bushes, sometimes there are even cars, they tend to have a couple of days in a row where there is lots of patrol and then there won’t be any for a while. Almost everyone goes more than 25 on Palmer and they can get almost anyone.

Walnut Avenue near Las Lomas Way

Walnut Creek, CaliforniaMar 17, 20050 Comments

A cop likes to sit in the parking lot of the church at the corner of walnut avenue and las lomas way.

Springbrook Road near Camino Diablo Boulevard

Walnut Creek, CaliforniaMar 14, 20050 Comments

when traveling on Springbrook Rd. There is a long straight away after a bend, in the middle of the straight away is a private side street where a cop sometimes parks at the enterance because some people pass by at over 100 mph. The posted limit is 25.

Camino Diablo Boulevard near Stanley Drive

Walnut Creek, CaliforniaMar 14, 20050 Comments

When going towards Acalanes in Lafayette on Camino Diablo, there is a spot sign when going past the bridge and a stop sign around a gradual bend when passing a residential court. The speed limit is 30 mph but the road is enourmous promoting speeding and blowing the stop sign. Sometimes a cop is parked around the corner watching the stop sign from the driveway of a house.

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