El Paso, Texas Speed Traps
All of Rojas within a 35 to 45 MPH limit. However, along the stretch behind Tinseltown, next to the methodist church, and approx. 300 Fort east of the Goodtime store at the corner of Pendale and Rojas, it slows to 25 MPH
This part of wedgewood is a 4 lane ,very wide street where the speed limit immediatly drops fom 40 to 30 in a blink of an eye. Police hide in a crooss street (Bantry) pull over cars all day every day. I lived a block away for 24 years and believe me , it is way too easy to get a ticket. Watch Out!
Police hide in parking Lot of Scotsdale Elementary
There’s a fair stretch of Westwind between stop signs, that slopes downhill. A cop usually waits on Tarascas – you can’t see him because of a hill coming around a curve. The posted speed limit is 30 mph which is a little lower than before or after that spot. Not unduly restrictive, but most of the streets around that part of town have higher limits.
At Loop 375 just outside of the El Paso city limit, one time I got caught doing 79 in a 65 m.p.h. zone, luckily, the officer gave me a warning, Do yourselves a favor, don’t ever drive over the speed limit, there’s no reason to be breaking the speed limit. 65 means 65! that’s why I set my cruise control from that day on.