Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Speed Traps

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Noblestown Rd. by Westwood school

Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaMay 04, 20100 Comments

Sets in drive way and gets people in school zone. Is a motorcycle cop, is hard to see, is there most week days

McCoy Road (aprox 360’s address) Stowe Twp

Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaApr 05, 20100 Comments

Definitely a money making speed trap set by the borough. There is an area that is covered by low lying trees with a parking area for the few houses around. The cop (sometimes a light blue undercover or marked car) will get you going either way coming down the hill or going up the hill. I think the speed limit is 35 and he will pull you over even if you go 42 miles an hour. He’s always there.

Becks Run Road

Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaMar 24, 20100 Comments

Outbound, a mile or so from E Carson Street. They are particularly vigilant during holiday week ends…I got mine Friday before Memorial Day. It’s run by Baldwin cops. I beat the ticket because the officer who wrote the ticket, and appeared in Court, was not the one who timed me. I politely told the Magistrate that the Constitution says I have the right to face my accuser. I also asked the officer if she had ever personally checked the accuracy of the lines, and why she described Vascar as a half assed stop watch set up. Magistrate threw it out, and I watch limit a bit closer now!

McNeilly Road

Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaMar 20, 20100 Comments

Between Midland and Pearce, right after you pass Keystone Oaks High School, on the KOHS side of McNeilly, the road curves. There is a lot of overgrowth and the police have dug out a niche where they lurk. Posted speed limit is 25. This road is in Mt. Lebanon, but gets a lot of city of Pittsburgh and Baldwin Township traffic. Mt. Lebanon gets a lot of revenue by ticketing non Mt. Lebanon residents.

State Route 65 toward belleview

Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaAug 06, 20080 Comments

When heading north on route 65 they will hide behind the overpass at all times of the day. But be very aware on weekend nights, when they set up a full scale DUI checkpoint. The only way to escape the checkpoint is to take the west end bridge exit, make a hard right onto Western ave. Go through lower northside then pick up Route 65 again off of Marshall ave. By the way, you will know its a Dui checkpoint on weekends because traffic will be backed up between 12:00am and 2:00 am on Rt. 65 near the stadium.

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