Falmouth, Massachusetts Speed Traps

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Route 28S over Thomas B. Landers Rd.

Falmouth, MassachusettsDec 22, 20110 Comments

The officer waits just after Rt28S passes over Thomas B Landers Rd. After you pass the exit from Rt28S to Thomas B Landers you should slow down before you reach the top of the overpass.


Brick Kiln Rd. in Police Athletic League parking lot

Falmouth, MassachusettsJan 16, 20110 Comments

An officer is often sitting the in the parking lot of the Police Athletic League on Brick Kiln Rd. right before it intersects with Sandwich Rd.

Highway 28 After Sippewissett Exit Going into Town

Falmouth, MassachusettsApr 08, 20100 Comments

This is a long straight downhill going into town. A cop will sit right where the sign is that changes the speed limit from 55 to 45. He sits off to the left hidden by trees and will pull out behind you. So long as you slow down to 45 before you get halfway down the hill they won’t pull you over.

State Route 28A South near State Route 151

Falmouth, MassachusettsJan 29, 20080 Comments

A Mass State Police Speed Trap can typically be found on the right side of the road about half a mile down the road after the Route 151 enterance to 28A South. It is nearly impossible to see the police car until you are directly upon it, they way they park is hidden by a small embankment and trees. There is also another trap at the rotary itself.

State Highway Route 128 Mcarthur blvd. near Exit Number 1

Falmouth, MassachusettsDec 13, 20051 Comments

Officers commonly rest on the shoulder, obstructed by trees and signs beween exits one and two (Brick Kiln Road and Rt.151). Officers trap northbound during A.M. and southbound at P.M. More likely during rush hours.

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