York, South Carolina Speed Traps

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Rt. 5 west, intersection of Alexander Love bypass.

York, South CarolinaSep 17, 20120 Comments

York city police sit on state right of way partially hidden west of intersection in daylight hours. Highwat 5 is a "County" Pennies for Progress up grade, this is not in the City of York SC, York does not own any part of Highway 5.
The same York City police in the dark hours of night have sit in the middle lane at same location, without any lights on what so ever. This is a speed trap and a danger to traffic!

Hwy 5 near Black’s Peaches and Windy Hill Apple

York, South CarolinaMay 19, 20102 Comments

Though the majority of travel on Hwy 5 is 55mph, from the stoplight where Hwy 5 turns to just past the apple orchard is 45mph. They know most people are rolling about 60, if not faster. I’m yet to figure out where they hide, but they randomly sit on this stretch any day of the week, any time. College students traveling to I-85 beware!

On two miles of four lane Highway 5 West of York

York, South CarolinaApr 09, 20101 Comments

SC Highway Patrol cars and motorcycles and York County Sheriff radar cars heavily patrol the first two miles of Highway 5 West of York and outside of the York City limits. Even though this is a wide four lane highway with a 12 foot paved middle(fifth) lane, the speed limit is only 45 MPH when it obviously should be 55 MPH. Indeed, before this highway was widened from two to five lanes two years ago, the speed limit was 55.

Interstate US77 NORTH near Mile Marker 88

York, South CarolinaJul 28, 20082 Comments

Sate Trooper at bottom of steep hill on right side. Targets OUT OF STATE VEHICLES while local vehicles speed past on both sides.

State Route 49 near Alexander Love Bypass

York, South CarolinaOct 13, 20071 Comments

York city police car, normal hidden from view.
Speed limit 55 MPH on Rt.49 after crossing bypass at traffic light intersection, speed limit drops to 35MPH, then 30 MPH before entering Congress St. (business area 25 MPH)

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