Fort Lauderdale, Florida Speed Traps
Interstate I-595 near Interstate I-95
Going east on I-595, just as you go over I-95 heading towards the airport, Troopers sit in median. They are there all the time
SE 17th Street near Eisenhower Street
The intersection directly in front of the Fort Lauderdale art Institute on the north west side. When west bound drivers are coming over the 17th Street Causeway Bridge, there are motocycle police waiting behind the bus stop gazebo to pull over any driver who is going over the 35 mpg speed limit. There is no speed limit sign as you approach the Bridge from the east so many drivers do not know there is a speed limit. The cops hide behind the gazebo, tag them with their gun, pull them over and just hand out tickets. Its like shooting fish in a barrel. One motocycle cop will stand with a radar gun and track speeds of car, and another pulls them over. There have been as many as 6 cars in a line at one time waiting to get their tickets. There is a speed limit sign as you approach the Bridge going east, but None going west, so the police sit on the west side and give out tickets and when you challenge them they just point to the sign on the east side and tell you there is a speed limit sign.
Cypress Creek Boulevard near 31st Avenue
Approximately 1 and 1/2 blocks west of 31st Avenue on the East bound side of Cypress Creek road, a motorcycle officer will sit in the entrance way to a residential area and is well hidden by bushes. By the time you see him it will be too late to react.
Las Olas Boulevard near Seven Isles Drive
About one tenth of mile east of intersection and about half mile east of Bridge over intercoastal; usually police car, occasionally cycle cop is in the intersecting street to the south and at the corner (hidden).
Flagler Avenue near Commercial Boulevard
Going north on Flagler after you cross Commercial Blvd. the speed is 25mph the police sit in the parking lot of the storage building at the end of the street or hide in the trees along Flager.