Cincinnati, Ohio Speed Traps
A police officer is usually hidden after crossing the bridge into Ohio coming from Kentucky. It is very difficult to detect the speed trap visually because you are going around a slight curve.
Officer either parks on Larue Court, just east of the intersection of Harrison and Montana, or in the parking lot across the street. Will pull cars over for speeding and for go straight from the right turn lane.
This area is through a smaller suburb within the city limits. Officers hide all throughout the area from the intersection of I-275 to just past the Cross County (Ronald Reagan) Hwy. This is where the speed limit drops from 65 to 55.
Local Black Police crusier, north & Southbound I75 between exit 13 to exit 16 ie Glendale-Milford Rd to E. Sharon Rd. Parks on merge side of highway or swoops down exit ramp. Generally he nails drivers in the outside lane. By going with the flow of traffic on the two inside lanes, you are pretty safe. He seems to prefer the northbound traffic in the evening and southbound traffic at the am rush. I travel this leg a lot and this is not an Ohio State Trooper(ie white crusier) but some local police. He is writing citations, not just monitoring. Best of Luck!
When traveling 71 North from Cincinnati there are always mutiple car speed traps monitoring traffic this usually from just outside the city all the way up to the Smith Edwards exit sometimes there are motorcycle officers shooting radar from the shoulder of the fast lane as well all the north to Stewart RD. I travel this route multiple times a week and see this almost every time I am in route.