Regina, Saskatchewan Speed Traps
Eastbound on McDonald St., before second Henderson Dr. intersection. There are police pointing speed guns towards cars. Coming off Ring Road, there is no speed limit sign on McDonald St., but the actual speed limit is 50 km/hr (Regina’s speed limit unless otherwise posted). It’s misleading because just a bit further ahead, east of Kress St. at the railway, there is a 70 speed limit sign, but the first section through the industrial area is only an unposted 50.
Couple of police cars parked on the side of road behind a mechanical shed. Scanning southbound traffic with speed camera
There’s a white suv patrolling the street. I’ve seen him pull over 6 people within the last two hours.
Right at 8am when the speed limit falls from 50 to 40 since it is a school zone they have set up a trap. Tri pod sat on the Museum side of the road and another office flags you down if you are speeding.
The police often set up a laser tripod where Fleury Avenue intersects with Arcola aimed to catch drivers heading northwest towards Victoria Avenue. They often are set up in the morning rush hour trying to catch motorists late for work in a hurry which of course makes them later for work. They have the caught vehicles turn south on Fleury Avenue so that their activity is not recognized by drivers until it is too late.