Middletown, Connecticut Speed Traps
There is an emergency break in the barrier, and quite often there is at least one bear pointing in either direction. It is not uncommon to see two pointing at opposite lanes. The spot is inbetween two hills and by the time you see them they will have already got a reading off of you. Occasionally, PM Rush Hour
State Troopers sit on the On Ramp to I-91 North at Exit 20 Country Club Road. They target cars as they pass the exit. Usually 1 Trooper aiming the Laser and 2-3 pursuit cars are waiting for the chase. Slow down through Exit 20. Also, DMV police sit there for truck inspections.
As you travel northbound on I91 (or enter I91 from the RT372 in Cromwell) there will be state troopers usually located on the right side of the road right past the RT9 exit. Frequency varies, but it is not uncommon to see them quite a few days in a row. As this is a busy entrance/exit area it is not uncommon to travel above the speed limit, especially to get away from the "corteous" 18-wheeler drivers doing 70 in the right hand lane.
There is a marked unit which sits across from Belvedere Drive in the entrance of a park. This unit reads your speed and also makes sure to see if you come to a complete stop at the stop sign. There is a unit on next to the first one that will go after you and stop you either issuing a verbal warning, written warning and/or an infraction.
There is a marked unit that sits just below the crest of the hill on Tryon Street as you travel southbound. The speed limit is 25, so you better slow it down.