Bethlehem, Pennsylvania Speed Traps
Police cars will sit in the empty parkinglots across from the former Bethlehem steel. Speed limit is 35 MPH and you could get a ticket for going 38 MPH, if they’re in the right mood.
Right in the little valley of Carter Rd., just past the new townhouse complex (if coming from Farmersville Rd.) Fun to fly on. Just try and take in easy right in the middle. Or, if your daring, try to peek through a tree cover. And at night, scan each side of the road for reflections from thier cars.
Bethlehem officers sit at the 8th ave exit during saturday or sunday morning when their done eating dounuts from 8am till 12pm
There are 3 points on Hanoverville Rd in Bethlehem, PA. The first is just after turning off of Rt. 191 onto Hanoverville Rd. Look for the ambulance station, in the parking lot for the first place. A little ways down the road is Dutch Springs – look in their parking lot. The last is 1/2 a mile beyond that, in an old rundown farmhouse, next to the barn.
there are a series of speed traps set all the way down rt. 512/center street in Bethlehem, PA. Particularly across from the Pointe North development and as you head towards Hanoverville there is a double set at one of the banks. Cops often sit in the drive-through part of the bank after-hours and monitor from there.