Newburgh, New York Speed Traps
Troopers heavily patrolling both North and Southbound stretches of I 87. Be extra careful driving long stretch of downhill when you’re likely to increase your speed. Trick is to stay between other vehicles, even when they’re doing 80 mph. Troopers pick up singles especially in the passing lane.
Patrol car lies in wait at night next to cemetary facing north bound. Can catch both directions & also if you run the red lights.
Just as you pass Exit 5A, the road curves to the left. Tall trees in the medium obscure a "Trooper’s Turn-around" (a cross-way made for the State Troopers to turn around and go the other direction on West Bound I-84), which you can only tell because there is a "no turn-around" sign at the entrance of the cross-way. Six out of ten times I pass this spot, a state trooper would sit there, either with his radar on or off. So, once you see that "no turn-around" sign, give some thought to our Man in the navy blue cruiser, will you?
Officers sit up on the hill looking south from the end of the Stewart Field runway
Both Town and State Police sit with the sign and or blding to block them from curve from both directions. 30 mile speed limit, most do 45 to 45 mph