North Richland Hills, Texas Speed Traps
Motor cycle police run radar when you exit 820 west holiday lane exit access rd limit is 30 or 35. You don’t have time to slow to the speed limit when you exit and they are on you quick.
The east-bound service road of I820, between Holiday Ln and Davis Blvd is posted at 35 mph instead of the 40 mph that is common for other such service roads. The police will set on a side street to the south or in the parking lot of the mini-mall that is on the SW corner of the Davis/820 intersection. In any case, they are will obscured by trees and schrubs. They ticket for even the slightest infraction (+1 mph of more).
Access road going east from Holiday Lane to Blvd. 26. The motorcycles wait behind bushes in the motel parking lot before the merge to exit at 26.
This trap is on Mid-Cities about mid-way between Davis and Precinct Line. Rotating motorcycle officers will sit off the right side of the road, lasering cars coming east down the hill from the Davis traffic signal. Speed limit is 40. They don’t hide behind anything, but there is a bushy background and it is hard to see them unless you are looking carefully. There is a school zone east of this spot (Birdville High), but they clock vehicles well ahead of the speed limit change (and the road is three lanes in either direction, usually safe to drive 60+ on that particular stretch). I think they also clock vehicles heading westbound, but I’m not certain.
About one week out of every month North Richland Motorcycle and Police Cars travel from Glenview Drive to Loop 820 on Blvd 26 catching people not wearing seatbelts and most of all speeding. It is really easy to speed in this area. The speed limit is 40 and they will get you if you go 42. Watch it.