Bridgewater, Massachusetts Speed Traps
Oak Street near Route 14
B&W sits in the Parking lot of the Driving Range or in Cameron’s Resturant paking lot
Elm Street near Mill Pond rest area Street
Local PD rep sits in B&W to observe traffic in No & So directions. From South is a modest up hill left curving grade creating blind approach. From the North there is a more sharp inclination with a right curving roadway, again creating a blind approach.
Summer St. Street near Park Ave. Avenue
Van or Cruiser parked at the intersection of Summer St.& Park ave.monotering traffic taveling in a Westerly direction on Summer St.during morning work commut.
Great Hill Drive near State Route 104
This road leads to the Bridgewater MBTA commuter rail parking lot and parking for Bridgewater State College. The speed limit is set to 25 (a bit low IMHO), it is patrolled by Bridgewater State College Police who set up mid way up the hill or at the bottom of the hill to catch commuters who are running late for their trains or college kids late for class who go too fast (30 – 35 will get you stopped) on the road. They also frequently ticket people at the bottom the hill for rolling or driving through the stop sign into the parking lot.
Spruce Street near Pine Street
Coming from Raynham in Bridgewater right after the curve before the golf course. The cruiser usually sits on the right side of road. Speed limit when entering the curve drops to 30mph. By the time you come out of the curve he’s already got you going faster the 30mph.