Lexington Ave between W. 7th & Summit
Police officer stands just off of the street at Lexington and St. Clair (and sometimes in other locations along Lex) with handheld radar. As cars come over hill, officer scans pack and signals speeders over to an alley where other officers are waiting to write tickets. It’s a very efficient assembly line – you are given a ticket and then are told to drive out of the alley in the same direction you’re heading when they wave you into the alley.
Other methods on Lex are using motorcycle officers to stop speeders spotted by radar and patrol cars using radar by the side of the road.
Enforcement is extraordinarily heavy in the afternoon from about 4 p.m. until 5 p.m.