Cranbury, New Jersey Speed Traps

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Cranbury Neck Rd

Cranbury, New JerseyJun 22, 20180 Comments

Just got in mail tickets !
Never flagged down or pulled over by police!
No idea what the tickets are for????
This town likes to shake down working class stiffs going to train station!!!


North Main Street before Goodwin St

Cranbury, New JerseyFeb 01, 20180 Comments

Heading north there is one 25mph sign but this was in an orange cone police no parking stretch and a truck placed in front of sign to obscure any visibility from passing cars. Speed limit sign of 40 mph visible some 20 yards from Goodwin St. and cars are stopped in this area or up to Barclay St when heading south as well.
In court today, one woman who was stopped on N Main agreed it was hard to see what the speed limit was after leaving Cranbury Village. I was also stopped and ticketed ( by mail) about half a mile from reported infraction area by an officer who was ticketing a car heading south on N Main St with lights flashing and facing opposite direction of my car. Once stopped at bridge over Clear Brook officer said I had “looked at him”and why he had stopped me. No summons issued at the time and ticket was mailed to me without being told it was going to be issued ! There was no way to find out exact locale of my infraction as officer sent me on to Clearbrook Business Center as I was guest at Bio NJ event.

Cranbury Neck Rd east of Wynnewood Dr

Cranbury, New JerseyAug 16, 20160 Comments

This town is at it again! Formally a 50 mph zone now reduced to 35 mph. This is a semi rural area with few houses far off the road. Stay away from Cranbury!

Old Trenton Road from south main st. to Mercer county border

Cranbury, New JerseyApr 20, 20150 Comments

seveal years ago the speed limit was unreasonably lowered from 50 to 35 mph. This is a wide straight road with few houses far from the road.

Dey Road (County 614) approaching Plainsboro

Cranbury, New JerseyApr 06, 20113 Comments

Coming from US-130 to Plainsboro, the road widens out about 1 mile and a half in, and the natural tendency is to speed up to 50-55 MPH, although official limit is 45 MPH. This is a cash-cow for Cranbury as non-Cranbury residents are usually caught. I used to live near this stretch and would see the cops pulling people over every day at almost any time of day, but especially toward evening.

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