Kittery, Maine Speed Traps

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Interstate 95 North near Maine State Line on Bridge Crossing

Kittery, MaineSep 04, 20061 Comments

The speed limit for the first few miles after crossing the bridge on I95 from NH to Maine are 55mph which is well below normal (safe) traffic speed (especially as you are carrying speed after going down the other side of the bridge) The Maine Troopers appear to run at least a monthly sting here where they waste countless tax dollars by hiding 5 cruisers out of sight on an exit ramp. One trooper runs the radar it seems and then they dispatch the hidden cruisers. I have counted up to 8 Cruisers involved in this program before and no doubt they run this up and down 95 regularly from Kittery to Portland. I have yet to be involved in it, but always think it is "A wonderful welcome" to tourists visiting the so called Vacationland I call home. Stick to 65mph for a few miles once you hit the top of the bridge until you are 5 miles up the road to be safe.

State Route 95 near Mile Marker 39817

Kittery, MaineApr 20, 20060 Comments

State Police set up a Rader Speed Trap on the North Bound Lane of Route 95. The speed limit crossing from New Hampshire into Maine is 55 MPH. The speed limit does not increase to 65 mph until around Mile Marker 3 or 4. Speed Traps are routine from the Maine/NH border to around Mile Marker 4.

95N, next to outlets on right in town.

Kittery, MaineOct 08, 20030 Comments

Trooper was disguised as a surveyor and lased me as I was coming North on 95 right next to the outlets in Kittery.

I-95 south, just before the bridge to New Hampshire

Kittery, MaineMar 01, 20020 Comments

For no particular reason, the speed limit drops from 65 to 55 about two miles before the bridge. The Maine Staties stand there, and wave over speeders in groups. I have seen three cop-cars lined up, waving over several speeders. I observed this going north, and watched my speed on the way down that afternoon.

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