Syosset, New York Speed Traps

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Robbins Lane btwn Miller Place and Aerial Way (35 MPH limit)

Syosset, New YorkJan 30, 20200 Comments

Cop will sit in a police cruiser on the former Cerro Wire property, where the wire fence is set back for the gated driveway entrance, and will nail drivers headed to and from the LIE in the posted 35 MPH limit. Motorists heading north on Robbins Lane should be most alert, esp mornings, alth a cop car has also been spotted to a lesser extent on the southbound side. Also, cops park in the parking lot of Robbins Lane Elementary School during school and off-school hours, targeting drivers for either breaking the school spend limit of 25 during school hours and the posted 35 MPH limit. Be aware.

Jackson Ave. 1/2 block south of R.R. tracks.

Syosset, New YorkApr 28, 20100 Comments

Occasionally, Long Island R.R. cops park their patrol cars to create a traffic bottleneck, so cars are forced to sit on the tracks. The cops haul in three to four at a time, line them up, and write the tickets. It must be profitable for the county but this is a very, very dangerous practice because this is an extremely busy RR crossing.

Chelsea Drive and Cold Spring Road

Syosset, New YorkApr 12, 20100 Comments

travelling south on Cold Spring Road a cop hides as you come around the corner of Chelsea. Right about there it turns from a 40mph zone into a school zone and unless you jam on your brakes they clock you with the higher speed. I got a ticket for basically doing 42 in a 40 cause I didn’t slow down fast enough. Big expensive ticket and points.

South Service Road near Long Island Expressway

Syosset, New YorkSep 12, 20070 Comments

Just past South Oyster Bay Road the speed limit drops from 45 to 30 as it turns to a residential side street. There is a turn just after the entrance ramp for the 495. There are usually 2 Nassau County Police cars sitting there waiting to tag you at the 50 mph you are most likely doing. One officer will be in the street with the radar gun and the other will be waiting to chase you down should you not stop.

135 Expressway near Jericho Turnpike

Syosset, New YorkMay 10, 20070 Comments

Enforcement hides behind shrubs of the highway as well as along the service roads both northbound and southbound.

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