Perry Hall, Maryland Speed Traps
Baltimore County police sit at the entrance to Honeygo Park just before Joppa Road. You can’t see them because of the foot bridge for pedestrians to get to the park. The speed trap gets cars heading north on Honeygo towards Joppa Road Intersection.
Baltimore county police sit parked on Ebenezer road pointing east and blend in with parked cars from Perry Hall High School. They get traffic heading both east and west.
From Joppa Road, to just before the hill at Klausmeier the limit is 30. Hit the hill and there’s a sign showing 25 for the new limit. A marked car will typically sit on the left side(going uphill, right side if you’re going downhill), usually right before Klausmeier. He feeds off of those new to the area who don’t see the 25 sign in time.
Going away from Joppa, just after the lanes switch to single lane traffic, there is usually a marked country car sitting along the curb of the first/second house you come to.
She sits there in a marked county car, and pulls over anyone who goes above the 25 limit. She also pulls people over for other offences, like throwing a cigarette butt out the window(littering), coming too fast off of Parkville Place(aggressive driving), speeding(you’re coming right into her from STEEP slopes on both sides).