Troy, Ohio Speed Traps
I see Staties clocking in the morning and evening as 3 lanes go down to 2 lanes at the north end of Troy – as early as 6am and as late as 6pm. Typically they’re trying to catch those speeding in the Northbound left lane to pass a few more cars before it goes down to 2 lanes. I have also seen them clocking Southbound traffic in the evening as I travel southbound.
Troy City police constantly patrol McCaig in the area of Heywood School. Frequently they will park in the Heywood Parking lot or on the street and clock both eastbound and westbound traffic. The speed limit is 25MPH. I travel McCaig frequently and half the time see either a moving Troy police car or a parked one clocking traffic. It is not unusual to see them on Sunday mornings ticketing people going to church.
As you leave Staunton and go about 3 miles south there is a place on the right in a clump of trees on an old property with no house that they sit.
Also by the bridge, they back off of the road and sit near the bridge and get people.
At night when the market is closed they also sit in that parking lot.
ive caught officers hiding in the drive way of the old montrose place waiting there its 35 all the way out to just before the chicken tree
Cop will park facing the wrong direction on the side of the road next to the on ramp, as drivers cross the bridge heading toward Troy they will be caught speeding. You cannot see the car until you are passing it due to the arc of the bridge & normal sunlight interference. Speed limit is 45, which is reasonable, but most people go at least 55.