Hwy 43 (E Reba McEntire Ave) from RR to east approx 1.25 mi
I was heading west on Highway 43 into Stringtown. Speed limit was 65 mph. After Rocky Creek the speed limit dropped to 55 mph, then in quick succession it dropped to 45 mph, then 35 mph, then to 25 mph (not a school zone, this was the regular speed limit). The speed limit changes are within just a little over one mile distance. Cops sit just on the east side of the railroad tracks waiting for folks to come down the hill going westward. The way the road curves and slopes, it is difficult, especially on wet roads as the day I passed through, to slow down to 25 mph in that short of a distance. In addition, it is unsafe on wet roads to slow to 25 mph in that distance. Stringtown has been investigated twice (2007 & 2014) for it’s speed trapping. Apparently, they’re still doing it.