Duanesburg, New York Speed Traps

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Interstate 88

Duanesburg, New YorkJan 18, 20050 Comments

Duanesberg has about 15 miles on 88, and the cops love to sit on the overpasses with laser guns. they get out of their car to clock you, and you can’t see the tops of their cars over the guardwall. i have a Valentine One and they still got me here.

State Route 20 near Interstate 88

Duanesburg, New YorkJan 12, 20050 Comments

East of I-88 (Going towards Albany)on Rt. 20, 3/4 to 1 mile on long straightaway, on North side of road (left) there is a logging business. In this small turn in area the Troopers and Sheriff’s Dept. sit waiting for you going West usually. Especially late night. 55MPH zone.

Interstate 88 near East , left side, 3-4 miles before Duanesburg Exit

Duanesburg, New YorkJan 07, 20050 Comments

1/4 mile after U-Turn, left side, hiding backed-up in woods 75 Fort. Backhand 30 degree angle (behind) in woods. Only way to see State Police is look in your left mirror after going by. Mostly (Radar) Wideband KA Band. (Escort 8500 will not pick up until parallel with radar source, rock formation beforehand).

State Route 7 near Interstate 88

Duanesburg, New YorkJul 20, 20040 Comments

Just after you get off I-88 exit 25 take a left it is route 7. right there is 55 mile per hour,
which people are going 55 from route 7,
up an incline (you reach the top of the hill) down the hill you pick up speed, just as your picking up the speed a sign said "reduce speed", however not 500 feet in front of this sign is a sign 35, The police sit right across the street from that 35 mph sign. they get you by Stewarts.
You picked up speed you have to really push your breaks hard to slow to 35 from 55. be careful

Interstate I88 near Exit Number 24

Duanesburg, New YorkJun 09, 20040 Comments

Between exits 24 and 25A on I88 the state troopers sit in the median which can’t be seen driving east bound towards exit 25A after passing exit 24 in Duanesburg. Also as this is an uphill climb for westbound traffic, it’s difficult to notify oncoming vehicles that they are present.

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