Dallas, Texas Speed Traps

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S. Lamar at Alma between Downtown and I-45

Dallas, TexasJul 04, 20130 Comments

Wide street with some esplanade in an Industrial area marked 30mph with very small obscure sign that looked like it could have been pulled from the trunk of a police cruiser. Two motorcycle officers running radar on the left easily filling their quota.

McKinnon and Wolfe Street

Dallas, TexasJun 04, 20130 Comments

Mckinnon is the access to the North Dallas Tollway. It is marked 35 MPH until right before the tollway where it is 50 MPH. You can see both signs. The policeman is close to the tollway on the right side of the street. Stay out of the right lane or he will pick you to stop.

Royal Ln & Hines Blvd

Dallas, TexasApr 23, 20130 Comments

This is a trap but not a "speed" trap per se but nonetheless a trap.

There is a no U-Turn sign on the overhanging traffic cross-pole between the traffic lights. This sign cannot be seen from the inside lane if there is a taller vehicle in the outside left turn lane.

Rabid, obnoxious, disrespectful, motorcycle cop lurks, waiting in the shopping center, off his bike, hand waving people into the parking lot, giving out tickets like ads, purposely ignoring driver’s complaints the sign can’t be seen. There are photographs and videos attesting to this.

In the block between Southwell and Royal on Hines are two no U-turn signs placed on posts in the median where they can’t be missed, although one of these signs is for a left turn that does not exist – If you are in this lane there is no choice but to take a U’ie.

Officer cranks out tickets at one every few minutes at $260 a pop.

Hampton/Inwood Bridge

Dallas, TexasMar 20, 20120 Comments

Squad car sits on concrete median at bottom of bridge at either end. Mostly at night. When you clear the rise, he’s got you with a clear shot at a short distance. No escape!


Dallas, TexasJan 30, 20120 Comments

I-45 nothbound all way is 70 mph and all on a sudden speed limit by Wilmer City is 60 mph. Isn’t that a crime that the city drops the highway speed limit intentionally @60mph??? Isn’t there any law, regulation on city’s desire whatever they want to do will do to earn it’s revenue??
First of all they are illegally, and wrongfully collecting speeding money from innocent drivers. Secondly, a court clerk, behaves uncivilized with the drivers on phone who are the victims of these speed traps. I have never heard anyone talk so brutal, with no respect to a person. She should be fired immediately.

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