Albuquerque, New Mexico Speed Traps
1-2 squad cars parked at bottom of hill, using Laser/ KA band to get people coming over the hill crest. Officers walking in middle of road to make you pull over. Has been on-going for a solid week for 8-10 hours a day.
If you are heading south on Eagle Ranch after passing Costco they are in the second entrance of an apt complex on the right and if heading north they sit on the last street before Coors Bypass (across from Costco).
Been a while, but I flew in, rented a car, turned east out of the carport onto Sunport Blvd and went up what turned out to be the entrance ramp to the airport, which the hill blocks from view. On the ramp, the speed limit signs stairstep down rapidly to 15 mph. (Later, I saw that some were hidden behind trees.) As you crest the entrance ramp hill, boom, you’re in the offload area with an officer flagging you over. I had been looking for a left turn, which wasn’t to be found, and had a ticket (25 in a 15) within 3 minutes of renting that car. Perfect trap for out-of-towners and for reckless driving charges. In-towners — fix those signs.
Speedtrap in construction zone in Paradise Hills & Lyon area. Officers hide on the side street behind a brick wall, clock you from a distance on radar, walk into the street, and wave you over. They pull over car after car and line them up on a residential side street. Very easy way to make their monthly quota in a couple hours.