Ocala, Florida Speed Traps
They sit on the bottom, north side of 301 at resturant parking lot. speed limit is 35 but increses to 45mph. They stop you where the speed limit is 45
Baseline Road used to be a two lane road with unlimited access of driveways and intersections at every street with a 55 MPH speed limit.
It was rebuilt in 2010 as a 4 lane divided highway with restricted access. The speed limit was dropped to 45 with the improved road and no increase in housing or businesses.
Police typically sit between SE38 St and SE 41 St, near SE 17 St, near SE 8 St, and in the curve south of Silver Springs Blvd.
The only reason to drop the speed this low on such an improved highway is to generate revenue.
Ironically, Maricamp is an undivided four lane road and has a 55 MPH speed limit.
SPEED LIMITS ARE 30-35 MPH.
POLICE HIDE IN BUSHES AND TREES ON WEST SIDE OF THE STREET.
THE ROAD PARALLELS WITH I-75 ON THE EAST SIDE OF THE ROAD.
DRIVERS GET IMPATIENT AND WILL PASS YOU TO GO A LOT FASTER.
One motorcycle OPD sits in the entrance to the apt. complex. 3 more down the road, each one had a vehicle pulled over. Around noon.
A county motorcycle cop will sit on east side of road at approximately 26th Street and monitor both ways, but mainly the ones coming over the hill north from 31st. Most cars even if doing speed limit of 35 seem to pick up as they come down the hill, then its too late.