Fayetteville, Georgia Speed Traps

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Bradley Drive near Dennis Drive

Fayetteville, GeorgiaJan 09, 20040 Comments

Patrol cars park on Dennis Drive and catch anyone going over 35 mph. It is easy to "speed" as you descend the hill, unless you hold the brake. Be careful!

US Highway 54 East near Jeff Davis Street

Fayetteville, GeorgiaJan 08, 20040 Comments

turning on to Hwy. 54 East off of Jeff Davis, go approx 1 mile and you will see them on the right side, in the parking lot of a new retail plaza just before you get to Cobblestone-Fayette Apartment complex. Speed limit is posted at 35mph but many drivers get nailed for doing 45+mph. My detector indicates that they are using radar, not lazer.

HWY 85 at Dixie Land Fun Park

Fayetteville, GeorgiaOct 09, 20030 Comments

Through the week when Dixie Land is closed look for Fayette County Sheriff’s backed up along the fence line of the park sitting perpendicular to the road. The Fun Park sits at the top of a hill northbound and after a corner southbound. From this vantage point they can clock drivers in both directions. When they are clocking southbound it is not uncommon to see another cruiser at the import car repair business. They work in teams to pull over drivers. The officer at the Fun Park will relay the information to the other one waiting down the hill.

Hwy 54 westbound .5 mile befor intersection w/ Jeff Davis

Fayetteville, GeorgiaSep 12, 20030 Comments

Police will hide in the entrance for the credit union. Usually after sunset. Will be right near the 35 mph sign.

Glenn Street

Fayetteville, GeorgiaMay 08, 20030 Comments

On 85, AKA Glynn Street right in the middle of town, between the Fayette Pavilion and the OLD Kroger. In the Lowe’s entrance, a cop can be found there constantly around 11:00, and probably later (I pass him every night). The road is pretty empty at this time of night and it’s easy to exceed the speed limit, and they will nab you for basically anything over. Heading northbound, you go over the hill and it’s too late. Southbound, you come around the bend and it’s too late.

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