Ossining, New York Speed Traps
Northbound Route 9 past the Arcadian Shopping Center. OPD sits on the right hand side as you are going up the hill. As they use LIDAR, you are nailed before you see the car sitting in the driveway of the appartment building right after the Getty Station.
As you proceed down Route 9 South just after passing from Croton-On-Hudson into Ossining, the speed limit drops from 55 to 30 as you go through town. Patrols like to park in between buildings, or at Mariandale or on side-streets to catch folks who haven’t quite slowed to the town limit of 30. They also like to get you for "rolling stops". Be sure to observe all stop signs!
both north and south(bottom of steep hill (top of steep hill blind sight)
Where Route 9 south diverts into 9A south there is a long climb up a hill, just before the crest of the hill is a 40MPH sign and after that the road dips down and the patrol car is waiting at the intersection to catch people who have sped up to climb up the hill, but haven’t slowed down as they gain speed and go down the hill
Speed Trap begins at end of Briarcliff Manor (coming in from the south)and most northern area is end, St. Augustin’s on left and Old Albany Post Rd on right. Village officers use both unmarked and marked vehicles. If you plead not guility, Village Prosecutor will most ALWAYS offer a plea bargain cuz it’s ‘easier’. Some moving violations are waiting for a trial date since 1987. 1987 — NOT a typographical error! DON’T PARK IN OSSINING — a $10 ticket can cost you $250 if you ignore it!! One guy owed $14,000 in parking tickets! Had to sell his car to pay part of his fine. Good luck traveling through Ossining.