Austin, Texas Speed Traps
Traveling North on 360, after you pass 2222, motorcycle cops hang about during working hours.
Motorcycle cop hides near entrance to National Instruments near RR tracks monitoring lunch hour traffic, then appears to move to the very last bit of school zone for Davis Elementary (closer to Mopac). Unsuspecting motorist will accelerate after passing through school zone and get a ticket. School Zone lasts longer than a motorist would expect, all motorists should beware drive below 20 mph during school zone hours–super difficult on this major road. Also, cops will nab drivers during the times that are technically school zone hours but when there is no actual pedestrian traffic–i.e. before school has even let out.
AS you make a right on to Howard lane-Scoffield ridge Parkway heading west from I -35 , there are cops on motorcycles (they stay hidden on the right blocked by trees) after the first traffic light everyday, usually in the morning from 8.am to 9 pm. Watch out folks, i was caught doing 62 miles in that 40 mile zone.
—Help others to help yourself—
Heading out 290 E, there is an overhead sign across the freeway right by the 183 S exit. As the grade is coming downhill before going upm there is alwways 1 or 2 crusers hiding after the 183 exit (you can’t see them as they are blocked by the overhead sign due to the grade change)
The cops can be counted on…Usually half a dozen on I-35 (northbound), from Riverside all the way to to North of 183 (where I exit)…I’ve never seen less than 2 in the decade I’ve been driving this route.