Stoughton, Massachusetts Speed Traps
Turnpike Street near Sixth Street
Officer sits in his own driveway and radars as cars come from behind the trees.
Ikea Way near turnpike Street
Officer hides in woods by Fabrica and watches stop sign and for speeding
Local police usually park on the side of the road. They often employ the 2-officer radio-ahead method. Speed limit here used to be 35mph but was reduced a few years ago to 30mph when more houses started to be built. I used to live on this street and speeding was always a problem. I’ve seen cars going as fast as 60 at times.
On Route 139 after the Route 24 interchange heading into Stoughton. Police set up after the traffic light. You don’t see them until it’s too late because they are set up after a rise in the road.
Central street, about a mile before Cobbs Corner, if coming from Stoughton’s schools direction.Cop is located across from the "Knollsbrook Condominiums"
He’s behind the bushes with a radar, you see him in the last minute because you come out of a turn.