Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Speed Traps

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NW 150th between Portland and Macarthur

Oklahoma City, OklahomaJul 14, 20170 Comments

An unmarked silver car hides either in the Monticello neighborhood entrance on the south side of 150th or on the north side of 150th in one of the new Lone Oak additions entrances. I travel up and down this road several times per day and he has someone pulled over almost every time I pass through. This cop has been working this location with much success apparently for months though the location has been worked less consistently for the past 4 years by various unmarked cars and motorcycle cops.

Westbound 23rd from Penn to Classen, then to I-235

Oklahoma City, OklahomaFeb 02, 20170 Comments

OKC Police squad car sits on the bottom of the hill hidden by trees between Penn and the light on Blackwelder. Speed recently changed to 30 mph. Then, going west on 23rd from Classen to I 235, the speed limit was recently changed to 25 mph. I have seen a number of officers pull over cars over near the Big Truck Tacos.

SunnyLane south of I-240

Oklahoma City, OklahomaJan 25, 20170 Comments

Two motorcycle cops running speed trap half way down sunnylane. Construction zone was inactive and speed sign down to 25 placed approx quarter mile down sunny lane where the speed limit has been 40mph for the last 30 years. They had 4 vehicles pulled over when i passed. The same cops used to run speed traps on Bryant when it was being widened as well.

Sw 29 n meridian

Oklahoma City, OklahomaNov 10, 20160 Comments

Construction zone Saturday no construction speed trap no traffic

North Lake Hefner Parkway

Oklahoma City, OklahomaOct 16, 20160 Comments

10-16-2016, patrols are using fully unmarked cars to ticket people for doing 66 in a 65 zone. A friend of mine just got a $160 speeding ticket on N. Lake Hefner Parkway near NW 122nd a couple hours ago.

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