Canton, Oklahoma Speed Traps

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Main Street

Canton, OklahomaMay 25, 20120 Comments

Main Street is only 8 blocks long.(City limits to City limits), with 45mph limit to 35 to 25 in 3 blocks going east-bound. Typical small town mentality, created by
Mayor and City Council that need to be replaced.

City limits Canton @ Jct state hwys 51&58 Blaine County Okla

Canton, OklahomaMay 01, 20110 Comments

The local police patrol all approaches to the town with up to three police cars with severe zero tolerance and municipal fines, notably during rush hours.
Canton city limits begin on east, west, and northbound state highway curves less than one mile from junction at center of town stop sign.
The highway terrains go immediately from farm land to residential area including a school on northbound hwy 58.
According to the United States Census Bureau, census of 2000, the town has a total area of 0.5 square miles and 618 people residing in the town.

NW Oklahoma on state hwys 51 & 58 near Canton Lake

Canton, OklahomaApr 19, 20110 Comments

Local police hide and use radar, including for “failure to stop”, to issue municipal violations with zero tolerance.
Coming into the city limits from the south around a curve is a school zone from 65 mph to 25 mph within approximately 1/2 mile.
Additionally, both eastbound and westbound into city limits are curves.
“Failure to stop” = $225.00.
The population was listed in 2000 at 618 yet they have three police cars and staff to have at least two on duty during a single shift.

As soon as you come into town right past bridge

Canton, OklahomaMay 06, 20100 Comments

cop is always there especially in the am. you cant see him until you are across the bridge and you are nailed.

State Highway 51 near state highway 58 Crossing

Canton, OklahomaAug 14, 20080 Comments

On state highway 51, beginning approximately one mile west of Canton, Oklahoma, speed reduces from 55mph to 45mph to 35mph very quickly around a curve. City police clocked us at 47 mph at the beginning of the 35 mph zone. The ticket was reduced to $95 from $175 so as not to be reported to our insurance company, which was at least considerate of the police.

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