Blue Mound, Texas Speed Traps

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Cantrell Sansom Road next to Groendyke Transport Inc

Blue Mound, TexasJul 31, 20200 Comments

They are facing West, in an unmarked black small SUV, off of the main road, in the grass. They will tell you are going faster than you actually were, considering I was turning right onto the private road, so I was slowing down. It’s also July 31, so it’s a revenue day.

Watauga Smithfield Rd.

Blue Mound, TexasFeb 23, 20131 Comments

Same as other reports. This 0.1 mi stretch of road is the “Cash Cow” for the city of Blue Mound, TX.
Since I’m well aware of this trap, I was carefully monitoring my speed last night. The officer cited me for 37mph (radar) when I know I was going 29 (in a 25).

Highland Street near Blue Mound Road

Blue Mound, TexasOct 31, 20060 Comments

20mph residential road.

Globe Avenue near Blue Mound Road

Blue Mound, TexasJun 13, 20050 Comments

Speed signs are not kept up well and can be somewhat obstructed by tree limbs. One side is commercial and the other residential and feeds from one main road (McLeroy) into another main road (Western Center). I was ticketed and not warned going 31 (presuming it to be thirty) in a twenty. A relative not familiar to this area got ticketed for going 33. Assumed possible speed trap due to signs not kept up well in a vertical position for several months.

Watauga Smithfield Rd. near Western Center and Blue Mound

Blue Mound, TexasMar 01, 20021 Comments

Radared going 31 in 20 zone. This is a residential area with no school zone. There is a church near the street but who cares on a Friday! Plus, churches don’t usually get special treatment like that. Residential is normally 25 I thought. I was on my way to lunch when I was stopped. When I left (the same route), the officer was giving some other poor sap a ticket in the same spot. A friend of mine got a ticket for 33 in 20 at the same spot a few weeks ago(different officer). Blue Mound population is 2500. I bet they generate nearly 20% revenue from traffic violations. See the TX state law: It’s short and sweet. I’m convinced this is a speed trap.

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