Owings Mills, Maryland Speed Traps

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Red Run Boulevard

Owings Mills, MarylandMar 08, 20060 Comments

Cops will sit in the middle strip with all lights turned off at night so anyone speeding down Red Run Blvd will be picked up. I’ve sat in the car with the cop that does this. There arent many lights along the side of the road to help you notice the police car.

Interstate 795 near access road

Owings Mills, MarylandAug 09, 20040 Comments

As you exit I795 to go to Painters Mill road you have to use an acces road that runs through the Metro Station. The posted speed limit is 25 mph and most cars exiting the interstate travel well above that speed.

Maryland Transit Administration Police run radar here from time to time. Beware, they clock you at the top of the hill before you get a chance to even see them.

There is also a stop sign at the bottom of the hill that they do traffic on even more frequently. A California stop will almost guarantee a ticket.

Lakeside Blvd. at Dolfield Rd.

Owings Mills, MarylandJun 05, 20030 Comments

As you come down the hill on Lakeside Blvd. to Dolfield Rd. Make sure you come to a complete stop. There’s a cop up the road by Upper Mill Dr. so he’ll get you for running a stop sign.

Lakeside Blvd.

Owings Mills, MarylandJun 05, 20031 Comments

They can only catch you when you are leaving New Town on Lakeside Blvd. towards Owings Mills Blvd. There are usually two cops, across from the gas station. Remember to slow down once you start heading down the hill. The speed limit is 35 and they strongly enforce it. I see them there mostly on Saturday mornings.

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