Sparta, New Jersey Speed Traps

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Woodport Road

Sparta, New JerseyApr 15, 20100 Comments

I often see cops sitting in the Sparta Auto Parts parking lot after hours. They check for speeders on Woodport Road (posted 30 mph) and also watch people not stopping at the light on Pine Cone lane by the 7/11. Be careful because they tend to park within a cluster of other vehicles in the small lot.

Mile Marker 14 on Route 15

Sparta, New JerseyMar 18, 20100 Comments

Route 15 North bound during evening rush hour the traffic backs up just before the freeway section turns into just a 2 lane road. Some people like to run the shoulder to get to the jug handle at the traffic light. They hide out just out of visibility in the jug handle.
Another trick they like to pull is the undercover "construction worker" with the broken down van. He’s watching you on your cell phone and radioing ahead to the squad car sitting on Layton Lane across from the Bagel Station.

RTE 15

Sparta, New JerseyMar 13, 20100 Comments

Pretty much as described above but just a fair warnimg. When driving through this area on Rte. 15 N or S, just put your car on cruise control, sit back, and enjoy the scenery. They’re always there! Save yourself from an expensive and futile Sparta court appearance.

Father John’s Lane near Father John’s Lane

Sparta, New JerseySep 06, 20080 Comments

At the bottom of the hill just at the Lafayette border, on the southbound side in Zinga’s parking lot. (Which I believe any business is considered private property and off limits for sitting and waiting. I wouldn’t want them sitting in my driveway.) They’ll catch north and south and north can’t see him at all until the lights are on behind you.

State Route 15 near Limecrest and Houses Corner Road

Sparta, New JerseySep 06, 20080 Comments

North and Southbound between the cross streets and the carwash and Paparoni’s there’s two driveway entrances to nowhere, used to be cornfields, where they sit. Mostly to catch northbound at night.

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