Bramalea, Ontario Speed Traps

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Bovaird Dr (eastbound) between Dixie and Bramalea

Bramalea, OntarioMar 31, 20100 Comments

They set up on the south side of Bovaird just before Bramalea, right on the grass. They are usually right under the trees and setup a laser on the sidewalk. An officer walks out and flags you over no matter what lane you’re in.

Eastbound lanes Williams Pkwy. btn Dixie and Bramalea Rds.

Bramalea, OntarioMar 29, 20100 Comments

Police generally park in senior public school driveway. They walk into the street with handheld radar gun. The speed is posted at 50KPH (it’s 60 right across the median going westbound) but is reduced to 40KPH when school lights are activated. They get you as you pass this senior public and the adjacent high school. They are using unmarked compact cars lately too that you’d never suspect until the interior flashing lights are activated.

Queen St. East (eastbound) between Finchgate & Torbram

Bramalea, OntarioMar 09, 20102 Comments

6 lane city street (3 eastbound, 3 westbound) eastbound side offers a clear stretch of about a mile with out traffic lights. Police set up (a training area) with usually 3 or 4 cars in the southside grassy area just prior to the lights at Torbram Rd. The speed limit there is 60 kph, strictly enforced!

Bramalea road south of Steeles

Bramalea, OntarioSep 30, 20030 Comments

Going south bound on Bramalea road just as you go over the 407 overpass Police park there cars in the recycling plant behind the trees ( you have to know where to look for them) Police stand behind the trees and walk out in the road with a portable hand held unit one with batteries. Like shooting fish in a barrel
I know got myself shot there speed is posted 60 KM road is long and straight very few traffic lights to boot

Williams Parkway just East of Highway 410

Bramalea, OntarioSep 11, 20030 Comments

There are bushes covering the entrance and exit of an service road that heads Norths and flows parallel to the 410. The officers hide behind the bushes and utilize a tripod or handheld radar gun to nab speeders. Drivers tend to be doing excessive speeds, as the 60 km/h straight is very long and smooth prior to entrance point to the 410. There are usually one to two additional unmarked cruisers parked further North on the service road waiting to give chase.

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