Grafton, Massachusetts Speed Traps
Speed trap is located about 1/4 mi north of the North Grafton Elementary school. When North St forks off there is a small dirt road and the police sit at the far end of it. It is a good hiding spot because there is a curve in the road and you don’t see them until it is too late.
Grafton Police sit on Worcester St. sometimes during the day, but mostly at night time even in the early morning. Worcester Street goes mostly through all of Grafton. The speed limit is posted at 35 in most spots. They even do radar late at night. The police will sit in different parking lots and they will stop you for almost anything, headlight out, license plate light out, speeding. I found that they are pretty good and they will give you a verbal or written warning if you are polite.
Grafton Police usually do radar on Pleasant St. on a regular basis. The speed limit is posted 30MPH the whole length of the road. The police are pretty good, they won’t stop you unless you are doing over 45 or so miles per hour. If you are nice and dont give them an attitude chances are you will only get a written warning.
Millbury Street in Grafton is where I have seen the Grafton Police sitting on the side of the road in different spots. I think that is thier favorite spot in town. The speed limit is posted for 30 on the whole road. They like to switch up their spots to sit so be careful, they sit there at different times of the day, sometimes you dont even see where they are sitting from the road. Especially during the school season b/c there is a school zone which is 20 mph and they will write you for that. They are really strict in that area during the school zones. I heard the Grafton Police like to write tickets on that road. I have also seen them sitting on that road late at night. The Grafton Police will stop you for doing anything over 10 miles an hour
The Grafton Police do radar on Westboro Rd which is Route 30. Its by Tufts University. They usually sit at Two Cousins Pizza, but have seen them in different spots up all up and down the road. They are usually there early in the morning. I got stopped one day going to catch the train at the T station. The speed limit is 30 on that road. They usually dont stop you unless you are going 45 or over, the day I got stopped I was going pretty good, but I had a good attitude and apologized to the cop and he gave me just a written warning. But be careful because I heard the Grafton Police like to write tickets.