York, Pennsylvania Speed Traps
Officer sits in the parking lot at the 11th Ave. and North George Street intersection beside the dry cleaner- typically there every night from around 3-4pm until 8pm- usually focused on people going south toward the square (market st.)
Usually sit in the grassy area between the on and off ramp of the north bound lane. Patrol of this location is low.
Usually sits in a residence driveway on the southern side of Brandywine Lane. This has been an highly targeted area due to the location of the officer’s vehicle which is hard to see between the trees and on a hill.
The Interstate goes from 65 to 55 mph but with absolutely no change in the highway construction, condition or population densities as its out in the country. It just so happens that just off the Loganville exit is a state police barracks which makes it awful convenient for them to work this stretch of road. There are no political lines there such as a county line or city line which ought not be a factor but sometimes is used.
It’s on the interstate heading north. Between Glen Rock and Loganville just above the Maryland border.The speed limit changes from 65mph to 55mph going up a hill. Most of the time people going down the other side are still doing 70-75. The state police barracks is nearby and they have a cut in the back down the hill and you cant see them until your past.