Randolph, Massachusetts Speed Traps

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Rte.24 immediately prior to the Rte.93/US.1 exit ramp.

Randolph, MassachusettsAug 28, 20100 Comments

State cops’ cruisers are hiding in a tiny connection dirt road, connecting Rte.24 North and South, immediately prior to the Rte.93/US.1 exit ramp if you travel Rte.24 northbound towards Boston / Dedham. Usually, at evening / night time.

One cop was arrogant enough to state that “everybody’s speeding down this ramp, period” in response to a question why you are being stopped !

North Street near McDevitt and Devine Road

Randolph, MassachusettsSep 15, 20080 Comments

They usually sit on the side streets of McDevitt and Devine and always have radar. The speed limit going towards randolph is only 30..BUT..the speed limit going towards Braintree is higher..it’s 35! Which makes absolutely no sense. They have pulled me over here twice and I see them hiding there all the time. Also, for a brief time, there is two lanes coming from Braintree towards Randolph center. The two lanes are for vehicles to take a left into Teed Drive which is an Industrial Park. I always see cars passing cars there which is a HUGE ticket! I’d be very careful..

State Route Rt 28 North Main St

Randolph, MassachusettsMar 12, 20080 Comments

This spot is on North Main Street in the church parking lot and also driveway. This is the most popular of the Randolph Police. Not sure of the name of the Church but its across from MHL.

Oak Street near Pine Avenue

Randolph, MassachusettsFeb 05, 20080 Comments

The police sit at the corner of Pine Ave. and Oak St. directly across from the reservoir. They can get you coming from either direction and you cannot see them until it’s too late. I live around the corner and see them there often, both in the day and at night.

North Street near Zapustas Skating Arena

Randolph, MassachusettsAug 29, 20070 Comments

They are in the parking lot and are watching as you come over the hill at the lights, usually in the morning

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