Jefferson Ave. & Woodside Rd. Road

Redwood City, CaliforniaFeb 16, 20081 Comments

Redwood City Police department is setting up motorist with an officer crossing the street in a crosswalk. Any motorists that fail to stop for pedestrian are pulled over and cited by one of the 6-8 motorcycle cops that are working in conjuction with the fellow officer in the cross-walk. Beware I have seen this thre times in the past 4 months. Occurring infront of the Cheveron station on Woodside road and/or Jefferson avenue with-in the first few blocks west of El Camino Real.

They use decoy officers, in my case, he was just standing on the sidewalk, not even moving, when they stopped two cars. Its a 35 MPH zone, with cars and trucks parked at the curb side. so it makes it hard to see when someone is ready to step off the curb. With 6-8 motorcycle cops on duty at the time they're traping people, you'll see from afar people being ticketed, so slow down, and be careful. I went back to take some pictures of the situation with all the parked cars and SUVs, along the curb the next day to plead my case, and talked to a guy that lived on the corner. He said that he watched that day, and he was told, they gave out 500 tickets@ $212.00
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