Boise, Idaho Speed Traps

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Connector into down town

Boise, IdahoJul 24, 20030 Comments

Where the connector changes to Front Street, I believe, and speed dropps dramatically from 55 to 45 to 30, there is often police parked in parking lot on right hand side where there’s a lot of signs and bushes.

Federal Way

Boise, IdahoFeb 23, 20030 Comments

Thursdays are the hottest time for enforcement, speed limit is an outrageously low 40mph, cops hang out in side streets

Curtis Rd.

Boise, IdahoJul 18, 20020 Comments

In the noon to afternoon hours there is always at least one cop posted along Curtis near Borah High School. The speed limit is 30, very hard to obey, and he will get you for it. There are also a few cops along Aurora, behind the school, in the morning hours.

Chinden

Boise, IdahoJul 18, 20022 Comments

There are usually a couple of cops that hide out behind signs in parking lots at various spots along chinden. The posted speed is 35, which nobody obeys, and they’re usually pretty tight about it. The two I see most often are about 1/2 mile – 1 mile east of the fairgrounds.

Orchard Street, @ the end of the airport runway

Boise, IdahoNov 01, 20010 Comments

Most times this trap is run by the "Airport Police" with a single patrol unit. Sometimes, they use the little photo trailer w/radar. The posted speed is 35 mph,and if you are alone, or you don’t see and wave @ the officer(s) in the car they WILL give you some sort of a ticket, usually they (he) (FALSELY) accuse(s) you of speeding, just to see what else they can find (no insurance card, cluttered car, etc.).

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