Clarksville, Tennessee Speed Traps

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Marion Street — from Second Avenue to Eighth Avenue

Clarksville, TennesseeApr 16, 20100 Comments

APSU cops hide in parking lots and side streets along Marion Street.

US Highway 41A Fort Campbell Blvd near Hill between Riverside and Peacher’s Mill

Clarksville, TennesseeJul 28, 20081 Comments

Located on the west side of the road facing in the southbound direction (in a parking lot). For those traveling southbound, he can’t be seen until you are already going downhill and its right after large bushes blocking your view. The speed limit is 40, which is posted, but traffic flow is always well above 45 and the speed limit is 45 before and after this 2 mile stretch from the intersection of 79 and until you turn onto Riverside.

Dunlop Road Bridge Crossing near Exit Number 4

Clarksville, TennesseeJun 15, 20080 Comments

The state trooper is parked under the bridge and is able to clok the cars before they even get closer to the area. He generally got the people going over 80 in a 70 zone.

State Highway 79

Clarksville, TennesseeJun 09, 20082 Comments

55 MPH zone .. from Clarksville, to Dover Tennessee. $ Lane divided, limited acess Highway. Sheriff pulled me over when there was no traffic, I thought I was doing 62 MPH, he said I was going 65 … I was driving my father in law’s car .. new Pontiac Sedan. As I topped a small hill, it looked as if the speed limit would have continued to increase to the normal 65 for a hwy of this quallity, and being as rural an area, but the speed limit was a constant 55 till you got to Dover ..Newly completed road … obviously an attempt to "cash in on people who are not familliar with the posted speed of this highway. $178.00
The first ticket I’ve had in 28 years … SUX!

101st Airborne Parkway near Whitfield Road

Clarksville, TennesseeApr 26, 20081 Comments

The cruiser is parked on the shoulder facing traffic of the westbound lanes so their reflective markings cannot be seen. This road was widened from 2 lanes to 4 lanes, but the previous 55 mph speed limit has not been reinstated since construction ended last fall.

Unmarked units are also in use during daylight hours, and there is occasional enforcement by TN State Troopers or Montgomery County Sheriff’s Dept.

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