Austin, Texas Speed Traps

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All winding, hilly roads with low speed limits

Austin, TexasApr 14, 20110 Comments

Tax revenues are down. Speed traps are up. So one way or the other, you pay. There are too many officers on the payroll when this becomes their priority.

West 290 @ 183

Austin, TexasFeb 23, 20110 Comments

Officers hide behind street signs even though it is against APD policy. The cars are not visible due to how the street dips. One is tempted to not notice the downward hill they are traveling on and exceed the speed limit. It isn’t until one clears the large signs do they notice the police waiting. The police have destroyed the vegetation and state protected wildflowers and State flower in the areas they park on and drive across.

IH35 heading north between Onion Creek Pkwy and Slaughter Ln

Austin, TexasFeb 23, 20111 Comments

A mix of unmarked police cars and motorcycles. On weekends it is not unusual to see as many as eight police working this stretch of highway at any given time. Slow down as soon as you pass Creedmoor and watch your speed to at least William Cannon.

IH 35 South bound between Grand Ave. & Palmer Lane exits

Austin, TexasFeb 23, 20110 Comments

Every Sunday there are at least 2 motocycle cops sitting right there on freeway entrance from Grand Ave, also right before Howard Lane exit.

Manchaca Rd @ Berkeley Ave

Austin, TexasFeb 22, 20110 Comments

Two Motorcycle police sit in the parking lot of the school (Eden Park Academy) and shoot the radar south toward William Cannon. This covers the school zone while the school lights are flashing.

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