Albuquerque, New Mexico Speed Traps

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Gibson Blvd between Truman St and Carlisle Blvd outside Kirtland AFB

Albuquerque, New MexicoOct 18, 20210 Comments

New Redflex low power speed cam (K band – sweeps from 23.950Ghz to 24.085Ghz) mounted on pole in center meridian rear facing each lane to grab rear license plates. Also be aware this speed cam is surrounded by trees so it’s hard to see. Some radar detectors may not even sweep this lower frequency band below 24.050. So it may not alert every time. Only new high end detectors will detect the full range of frequencies and can detect with enough advance warning.

Montaño Rd and Coors Blvd

Albuquerque, New MexicoApr 02, 20210 Comments

Speed trap from Montaño Road before Coors Blvd

Unser and Bogart 87120

Albuquerque, New MexicoJan 17, 20190 Comments

Three policeman on motorcycles monitoring traffic.

4th st half mile before alameda(528)

Albuquerque, New MexicoAug 15, 20170 Comments

At night sheriff likes to sit on housing area and switchs spots from time to time. The cop uses low K band freq. 24.124 or so, then turns the radar gun full blast of k band 33.4 . He is in unmarked white suv. Please beware.

Louisiana Blvd between Central Ave and Lomas Blvd (Fairgrounds)

Albuquerque, New MexicoSep 12, 20160 Comments

They’ve slapped 25 mph signs over the 35 mph. There’s nothing telling you it’s lower.

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