Grand Prairie, Texas Speed Traps

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Bardin Rd.@Sgt. Greg Hunter Rd.

Grand Prairie, TexasFeb 18, 20120 Comments

It is a T intersection with Barding being the main street. It runs behind a Walmart. There are landscape hedges between the road and the back lot o of Walmart. These are on the right as you drive eastbound and the road makes a slow left curve. The combination of the curve and the hedges help to hide the police hiding in the parking lot of a professional building on the other side of the intersection (also on the right). They havea been running this trap for at least the 7 years that I have lived in the area and it appears to be quite lucrative.

Hwy 360 and Post and Paddock

Grand Prairie, TexasFeb 05, 20121 Comments

Heading north toward 183 on Hwy 360 going under the bridge at Post and Paddock. The cops will be on the bridge using laser with chasse cops in front of Seven Eleven ready to pull you over as they are coming down the on ramp.

Main Street going west to Carrier pkwy

Grand Prairie, TexasMay 25, 20110 Comments

On main street the speed limit is 40mph and then on 14th street change to 35mph and then after belt line change to 30 mph.

Beltline south of I-30

Grand Prairie, TexasOct 14, 20100 Comments

In the morning, watch for constables or city cops on Beltline between Interstate 30 and Main St. They tend to sit in the middle turning lane just south of the interstate or a little further down where the road goes up a hill and then levels off. They are hard to see until you crest that hill and then it may be too late.

Dechman Dr. overpass on I-20

Grand Prairie, TexasOct 08, 20100 Comments

G.P.’s finest sit on folding chairs and hide behind the traffic signs on the Dechman Dr. no access bridge, shooting laser at the West bound I-20 traffic.

Eagerly waiting down the highway, hidden by the slight curve in the roadway a couple hundred yards toward Carrier Dr., are a half dozen or so hungry patrol cruisers and mounted patrols on motorcycles.

I’ve driven thru there several times and either noticed the Wolf Pack or gotten stopped by them and ticketed for speeding. The other day I was crossing the bridge and saw three officers hiding behind the big road signs talking on their little walkie-talkie’s. A look to the left revealed the Wolf Pack down the highway with several cars pulled to the side.

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