Dunedin, Florida Speed Traps
Speed is 30 MPH. Sheriff Deputies sit on the sandy parking areas of either side of the Dunedin Causeway behind Palm Trees and ticket you if doing 34 mph or over. Sometimes they sit on the median before the bridge.
There are two particular deputies who love to give tickets at this location, CR 1 between SR 580 and Curlew Rd, Patricia between Union St. and Virginia St. as well as on Belcher Rd, between Solon and Curlew Rd. No Mercy by these deputies.
Speed trap is between San Christopher Drive and Curlew Rd. Sheriff deputies sit on the only shopping strip on CR 1 and on the down hill of median of CR 1, in particular on weekend days. Speed drops from 45 to 30 driving south from Michigan to Strip Shopping center and deputies are out there with their FIXED radar. Sometime they sit on median just north of St. Christopher during school zone hours Dunedin High school & ticket U if doing more than 15. There are two particular deputies who love to give tickets at this location, Dunedin Causeway, as well as on Belcher Rd, between Solon and Curlew Rd. No Mercy by these two deputies.
Speed is 30. Sheriff gets U if doing 30 or more. In school zone deputies sit in Dunedin Elementary/middle school $ ticket U if more than 15. There are two particular deputies who love to give tickets at this location, Dunedin Causeway, on CR 1 between SR 580 and Curlew Rd as well as on Belcher Rd, between Solon and Curlew Rd. No Mercy by these deputies.
Police will sit in the left turn lane just south of Curlew and watch northbound traffic coming over the crest of the hill. Usually in a marked car. I have also seen police rolling in unmarked cars patrolling the area between Curlew and Michigan – usually a silver Charger.
If you are traveling North on Alt 19 you can’t make a right turn from 4-6p.,m. onto Albert St. any day of the week.
Officer sits right behind the church on the corner or in between the houses next to the church. The interesting part is that you cannot make a right turn, but if instead you are traveling south on Alt 19, you can make a left turn, there is no signage or double yellow line indicating otherwise.
Tickets are $166.00, officer sits there 2 to 3 times a week. This was the city’s solution to speeders even though no officer sits in that street outside of that 2-hr window. People speed quite a bit there after those hours.