Hadley, Massachusetts Speed Traps
cop parks in median behind guardrail, under bridge, usually shooting s-bound cars in 55mph, usually locals, but sometimes state boys
State Trooper hids behind speed limit sign just off the edge of the road. Coming form Rt 9 Russell st the first exit heading north is Hadley Rd. Also hide under the overpass and can get you in both directions as ther is a turn around for state vehicles there
U Mass police set up speed traps . Speed drops to 35 MPHand they wait for you to cross the town line or turn n to university ave from Hadley rd . High enforcment
Junction of Rt 47 and Huntington Rd. Cruiser sits under huge oak tree. Nearly impossible to see until you are in the trap.
At any point on Rt 47 between Baystate Road and South Hadley Center, the road is heavily patrolled by Hadley, South Hadley and State Police. Police vehicles frequently park in driveways, mixed in with parked cars at businesses and on a small road entering Rt 47 at the bottom of the hill just over the South Hadley line. As this road has become increasingly developed, the enforcement has become more rigorous. The limits are 10 to 15 mph lower than many cars travel on this stretch of road. With the high level of enforcement, this area produces many citations.