Fairburn, Georgia Speed Traps

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I-85 South 5 miles outside 285 perimeter going to Alabama

Fairburn, GeorgiaJun 01, 20140 Comments

I regularly get on I-85 S at the Fairburn ramp/ X61. I have noticed for some time now that people are pulled over just beyond the end of the ramp’s merge. So that means to me : that about a mile North there is a speed trap set up. Also on some days I notice the speed trap set up at a bridge just beyond the merge mentioned above.

7575 Roosevelt Hwy, Fairburn GA

Fairburn, GeorgiaAug 19, 20130 Comments

Located on the right side headed in the south direction on Roosevelt Hwy toward Newnan. A cop or maybe even two.

Campbellton Redwine Rd & Capps Ferry Rd

Fairburn, GeorgiaOct 13, 20090 Comments

This is a general warning for anyone in the area of the NEW CITY of Chattahoochee Hills: Traffic enforcement is a major source of revenue! The ticket for driving on a closed road" (such as the leftover part of Capps Ferry) is $248! (the average fine other places is $65-$125. They DO NOT give warnings. Applies to much of South Fulton Parkway Area. "

Rivertown Road near US Highway 92

Fairburn, GeorgiaMay 07, 20080 Comments

Rivertown Rd. is a very long street. The speed limit goes from unmarked in unicorporated Fulton County to 35 MPH, then down to 25 MPH in the city limits, with little warning. Going east on Rivertown Rd, heading into town & about 1/8 mile before reaching Hwy 92 (Campbellton St.), a police officer usually sits in a vacant parking lot in between two houses. By the time he is seen, the driver is almost at the stop sign and starting to slow down but most drivers haven’t slowed to 25 MPH yet and the police officer is just sitting there waiting. It seems to be a reliable source of revenue for the city.

I-85 from exit 61 and beyond

Fairburn, GeorgiaJun 10, 20030 Comments

Exit 61 Peahctree City/Fairburn cops can usually be seen on the overpass targeting cars headed north bound with patrols further down to pull them over. On occasion I have seen as many as 4 cars pulled over. I have seen this on other over passes further north but not as often as this exit. They will also sit under the overpass and target south bound cars. One radar car and one to pull over. Cars are Fairburn marked patrols and are white and stand out easily.

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