Antioch, Illinois Speed Traps

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North Avenue near Nelson Road

Antioch, IllinoisMar 21, 20070 Comments

They sit in the VFW parking lot and watch for westbound traffic that comes out of a 55 MPH zone into a 40 MPH. The 40 MPH zone starts very close to the VFW lot, so it can be difficult to slow down before they zap you. They also can face the opposite direction and monitor eastbound traffic. Their radar can pick up your speed through the trees before you see their car. The speed limit in that direction is 30 MPH and picks up to 40 MPH right in front of the lot, so it can be easy to go 40 too soon. I must admit though, I have rarely seen them pull someone over there.

North Avenue near About a Mile East of Deep Lake

Antioch, IllinoisMar 21, 20070 Comments

North Avenue has an "s" curve that merges it with State Line Rd. On a recent early Sunday morning, I saw an Antioch police SUV in the trees/grass east of the southern part of the S curve. He was facing eastbound traffic on North Avenue and clearly had nothing else to do at that hour but look for speeders. There is a slight hill on North Avenue there and the speed limit is 45 or 50 MPH, so it was difficult to see him before it was too late. Thankfully my radar detector warned me.

Deep Lake Road near State Highway 173

Antioch, IllinoisApr 14, 20060 Comments

North of HWY 173 to State Line Road, They hide in the Fire Department driveway where a hill blocks northbound from seeing them and a sign so southbound cannot see them also they hide in the Church parking lot and Walmart parking lot and various other places

Deep Lake Road near Deep Lake and North Ave. Crossing

Antioch, IllinoisApr 13, 20060 Comments

1/4 Mile south of North Ave. Police sits in Fire House parking lot. Primarily watching cars going South towards Wal Mart (RTE173)

Deep Lake Road near State Route 173

Antioch, IllinoisApr 13, 20060 Comments

Deep Lake Road, they sit at the Fire Station. Speed limit is 45.

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