Plano, Texas Speed Traps

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Preston Rd, between Spring Creek and Park

Plano, TexasAug 01, 20010 Comments

There are at least 2 cops waiting in the median of Preston Road, or in the turn lane. Their lights are off, so it’s hard to spot them

Park BLVD.

Plano, TexasJul 01, 20010 Comments

The speed on this roa is 30. Nobody does 30 thats why the street is so enforced. Officers sit along the side of the road in front of houses and shoot radar. MotorCops sit in the median and shoot laser down the road. I have received 1 ticket from this and I was going 40 m.p.h.

@ 75

Plano, TexasJul 01, 20010 Comments

Plano Police traffic officers do an incredible job. One officer sits and shoots laser from the top of the bridge and radios to a motorcop that is waiting under the bridge. If you see a motorcop take off while you are starting to go under the bridge, either you or somebody around you is getting a ticket. Plano Traffic officers give you no slack. There will be usually 4-5 motorcops waiting for a description of the vechile and the speed and distance. Whatever you do, do not speed in Plano.

Ohio Street / between Hwy. 121 & Headquarters Drive

Plano, TexasJul 01, 20010 Comments

One Officer stands in the middle of Ohio Street, down by the Discount Tire store (across from Super Walmart)shooting Radar. Six to eight Officers waitiing in line by the radar officer to write you up. Speed limit is posted at 35 mph, what a joke for that area, not residental. Most vehicles travel between 50-60. Great money maker for the City of Plano. Look for the trap during the beginning and end of each month.

Central Expressway (Highway 75) between Spring Creek and Park Blvd.

Plano, TexasMar 01, 20010 Comments

Plano police drive or park in the opposing lane’s shoulder and take speeds most commonly using Ka Band Radar, or as recently discovered they now use Lidar which is used heavily off the the Parker overpass. Further, watch out for the white stripes 500 feet after the Spring Creek bridge because they are a VASCAR timing mark! Motorcycle cops are no stranger to the pillars under the Parker and the Park overpasses. The posed speed limit is 65, but traffic commonly flows 70-75 MPH.

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