Boston, Massachusetts Speed Traps
On Gallivan Blvd just past the Firehouse coming from Morton Street there is usually a police officer hidden on one of the side streets. This is usually between 3pm – 6pm, M – F.
Usually sits in driveway at carwash watching lights and southbound traffic towards Quincy
There is a State Trooper sitting on the emergency elbow on the right side of Storrow Drive going eastbound into Boston aiming his radar at oncoming cars. This, coincidentally, is the spot where the low speed limit goes from 40 MPH to an even lower 30. The location of this elbow is right after the Mass. Ave. overpass and before the Copley exit.
I take this road to work everyday and have only recently seen him there in the past month or so around 9:30 AM. If anyone has driven on this road, know that the average speed of traffic is about 45-55 MPH and you’re pretty much guaranteed a hefty speeding ticket because the speed limit is only 30 on a road that I would consider a highway.
State Police sit behind gas station and wait for cars to go straight in right lane instead of taking right only.
State Police stands with radar at bend just after speed drops from 35mph to 30 mph not seen until you get past trees