Hunt Highway

Queen Creek, ArizonaSep 18, 20092 Comments

Hunt Highway has a speed limit of 35mph all roads connecting are 45mph to 50mph. This is aprox 25 miles long, it is located in Pinal county they write 3,100 tickets photo radar a month along 15 mile enforcement area. Same road from Maricopa County is 45mph until Pinal county line then 35 miles for at least 25 miles, is major traffic area for residence. Side speed limits in residential area is also 35 mph. Average speed posted on this type of highway is 45mph to 50mph. This is the only major source off income for county is speeding tickets in this area.

Where did you get the data relative to the number of tickets written per month? I also question the comment about speeding tickets being the only source of income for this county. I find it difficult to believe this is a correct assessment.
#1Apr 24, 2010Report Abuse
I drive Hunt Highway everyday. There is on a 2-3 mile stretch that has a 35 mph spped limit and it is in a business and resifential area. The rest is 45 mph. Police patrol it because people speed on it but they do not hide out. In the 45 mph zones you can go 50-55 mph without a problem. They eliminated the portable speed cameras in the area.
#2Apr 24, 2010Report Abuse

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