Honolulu, Hawaii Speed Traps
Sand Island Road – Route 64
This speed trap includes most of Sand Island Road. This is a 5 lane highway with no major intersections or traffic lights. Its basicly a dead end street that starts at Nimitz Highway, goes for about 6 miles and ends at a State Park. They have 4 speed traps setup on this road, at Auiki Street and Sand Island Road, Around a bend by the Keehi Marine Yard, by Sand Island bridge, and around a bend before the coast guard station. As no elites drive this dead end street its perfect for entrapping the working poor, their targets are truck drivers, coast guard, and employees from an industrial park. Their favorite spot is where the highway changes from 35 mph to 25 mph, just passed the Matson Terminal, this barren section has no cross streets, traffic lights, or driveways. Beware if you have to do business there, they have 4 traps setup on that dead end street waiting for you. The only people on this road work by the hour, the longest part of your journey will be the 6 mile drive down a 4 lane divided highway at 25 mph. Go figure.
off ramp to Dillingham, H-1 Eastbound
All exits are 35mph , on the downhill( @ 100 yards ), the speed limit is 30mph, then goes back to 35mph on the main road. I got pulled over twice in 6 months.
H-1 leaving Pearl Harbor and Hickam AFB
On the 5 lanes leaving Pearl and Hickam – in the meridian at the crest of the hill – routing traffic to East/West bound H-1 and to Nimitz Highway. Speed limit is 35 … no one goes below 50 … engineered for 55 at least. Target mostly transient residents obviously – military leaving the base. Mininum fine $75