Scranton, Pennsylvania Speed Traps

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Scott Road coming off Route 6 down the hill into Dick City

Scranton, PennsylvaniaApr 19, 20150 Comments

Either the 2 stop signs or enforcing the 25 mile speed limit. Hard to do coming down the hill to first of two stop signs.

I-81 North & South around mile 185

Scranton, PennsylvaniaFeb 22, 20110 Comments

Northbound: After passing the River St. Exit and going underneath the River St and Moosic St bridges there is a rise in terrain to the left. Just beyond the hill is a turn-around where a State Trooper will sit. Sometimes he sits in an obvious place right near the highway but beware that there are tire tracks leading up the hill where they have been as well. From this vantage point they can see at least a half mile down the highway until it turns to the right.

Southbound: As the three lane part of the highway (past the Drinker street exit) makes its S-turns to the left and then right again, the hill is visible on the left directly across from the Central Scranton Expressway exit.

I-380 & I-81

Scranton, PennsylvaniaFeb 07, 20091 Comments

There is a State Trooper, that sits right on the shoulder between I 380 and I 81. He has K Band so watch out. He sits there and wait for cars to tun the corner since he can not be seen around the corner.

Pittston Avenue near Saginaw Street

Scranton, PennsylvaniaOct 05, 20070 Comments

They Park on Saginaw A few chaser cars. They get ALOT each time comming down Pittston Ave hill.

Central Scranton Expressway near Providence Road

Scranton, PennsylvaniaSep 17, 20071 Comments

The cops sit before the providance road exit set back off the road while another chaser car sits ahead by the exit to pull over the car speeding. This happens on both sides of the exspressway inbound and outbound to the center city.Sometimes you could see the chaser car ahead so be aware and slow down when you see that car.

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