Dearborn, Michigan Speed Traps
Chase Road between Michigan Avenue and Tireman. The speed limit is 25 mph. It is considered residential and the residences complain regularly about speeders, so watch it and stay at 25 mph. I’m not sure where the police come from, but they are always stopping someone.
Southbound on Southfield Freeway just pass Ford Rd. overpass is a large area off Freeway State cops sit. You can’t see them till it’s too late due to overpass and slight freeway incline. Very easy to go over the 55 mph limit there, especially with road work done and an extra lane. Myself and a friend got nabbed at this same spot on seperate occasions by the same State cop! I see at least (1) car pulled over by a State trooper every week on my way to work.
Posted speed limti drops from 70mph to 55mph with now ‘reduce speed’ warning. State police sit 1/2 mile after 55mph zone begins and enforce at 55mph.
Text book speed trap. Dearborn court (19th district) already has issues with these violations. Fight it!
Dearborn police officers sit undercover (most times)in the median on Military and Nash while 2-3 police cars are lined up on Nash ready to ticket speeders. Other times, the police officers will sit parked between 2 cars on Military catching speeders.
Paul St between Mercury Dr. & Greenfield Rd. border with Detroit, speed limit is a low 25 and many useless stop signs. Dearborn cops camp there frequently and will stop you for anything including speeding and stop signs.