Fairview Park, Ohio Speed Traps

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I-480 under W 220th Street & Mastick Road overpasses

Fairview Park, OhioMay 01, 20130 Comments

Fairview Park PD will hide on the left shoulders of I-480 in the shadows of the two adjacent overpasses for W 220th Street & Mastick Road. This is between the Clague Road exit and the high-level bridge over the Rocky River (just west of the Brookpark Road/Grayton Road interchange).

On I-480 West near West 7th.

Fairview Park, OhioApr 05, 20130 Comments

The speed limit in this stretch drops to 60 mph. The City of Fairview Park cops man "a detail" to trap out-of-area motorists (like us). We were stopped for allegedly going 75 in the 60 mile zone (not true, we were probably a little over 65 but try arguing with a cop). As soon as he stopped us he first checked the license plates before even talking to us. Then he cut us "a deal"–he ticketed us for a vehicle license violation (we had dealer plate holder that supposedly obstructed the license plate), but not speeding. Fine was $155 (ouch) versus $160 for speeding, but no points on the license. As we pulled away we saw another Fairfield Park cop ticketing another poor soul. Clearly a money-making speed trap! BEWARE!!

Lorain Road, just east of W. 210

Fairview Park, OhioSep 13, 20100 Comments

There is often a police officer sitting in front of the fire station on Lorain Road, just east of W. 210, especially during the day. The speed is 25 mph, but it is in a school zone (20 mph), and 6 blocks east it is 35 mph. If you aren’t paying attention, they can easily catch you if you are coming from the 35 mph zone into the 25/20 mph zone.

Interstate 480 near Grayton Road

Fairview Park, OhioAug 11, 20080 Comments

Both Fairview Police dept. (from Grayton Rd. going West & East near clague) and N. Olmsted police dept. going West from Clague to Great Northern and East from Clague to the bridge just before the Grayton Rd. exit (airport) -usually until dusk

Lorain Road near Wooster Road

Fairview Park, OhioMar 14, 20080 Comments

If heading East on Lorain, they sit in the parking lot on the right side after the bar called The LoFort They are there almost every day between late morning and afternoon.

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