Rochester, New York Speed Traps

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490W Inner Loop Just Past Plymouth Ave. Downtown

Rochester, New YorkSep 23, 20160 Comments

40MPH speed limit. NYS Troopers sit on right side facing out from grass or at Broad St exit. Hard to see from a distance because of Plymouth Ave. bridge…but you will see them when it is too late…slow down at Freddie Sue Bridge and go 40 – 45 mph only or you will be nailed! They have a HUGE presence here…

I – 490: U – Turn at Erie Canal Between Mt. Read and 390

Rochester, New YorkSep 23, 20160 Comments

Troopers sit in U – Turn…easy to see from a distance both ways; be alert and slow down as there is a huge presence here…

Mt. Read Blvd between Driving Park Ave. and Ridgeway Ave

Rochester, New YorkApr 21, 20160 Comments

At least twice once a month, 2 to 3 cop cars are hiding in the grass meridian off the Ridgeway bridge. It’s posted 45mph (an egregiously low limit for an industrial, multi-lane road) and they just nab people before the Driving Park stop light. One right after the other, like an assembly line. It is truly outrageous to see. I’ve been hit twice, going 59 or 58 in the area (i’ve worked on Driving Park Ave. for 13+ years), but they just make an absolute killing. You’ve but only to sit in a nearby parking lot for 30 minutes and just watch them in action. Never seen anything like it. The fleecing of America.

Burritt Rd, Rt 187

Rochester, New YorkOct 27, 20150 Comments

Buritt Road go’s from a 40 mph speed to 35 mph speed limit. Sheriff always sitting near Clarkson Parma Town line Road.

390 North & South from Ridge Road to 390/490 split.

Rochester, New YorkOct 10, 20150 Comments

New York State Police can be found in the center medium waiting to pounce on unsuspecting motorist. This, in my opinion, is one of the worst speed traps in the city! I live in Greece, NY & use this section of express way almost ever day.

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