Plano, Texas Speed Traps

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Tulane Drive near Coit Road

Plano, TexasJul 16, 20080 Comments

2 cops stand under a shaded tree at the bottom of a hill on the south side of Tulane between Ohio and Coit every morning. Their car is hidden in a residential turnoff on the north. The speed limit here is only 30 mph even though it is 4 lanes with very little traffic. Watch out because it is very easy to pick up speed down this hill, especially with the long stretch between lights. Good luck with leniency here – the officers laughed while they told me they had just ticketed my neighbor the week before.

15th Street near westwood Drive

Plano, TexasMay 28, 20080 Comments

School zone.Morning and afternoon. park in turn lanes or exit streets along school zone.

Spring Creek Boulevard near Parkwood Avenue

Plano, TexasApr 24, 20080 Comments

On Spring Creek between Preston and the N.Dallas Tollway I constantly see people pulled over and have been pulled over 3times in six months myself (once for passing to close to someone else that was pulled over). It is a 45mph but with 3 lanes wide open, the traffic going along is usually faster.

Tennyson Parkway near Windcrest Drive

Plano, TexasApr 20, 20082 Comments

This road is a large 6-lane divided parkway that tends to pychologically encourage speeding. The posted limit is 40 but 60 feels very comfortable and prudent. There is often a marked Plano Police car in a left turn lane pointing westward. Enforcement here started being very common around March 2008. On one had I see the city’s point, since there are intersections and business driveways in the area- but if speed really is a problem, perhaps the city would be wise to install more intersection-control along this road so that motorists won’t have as much opportunity to stretch out and accelerate.

Plano Parkway near Preston Road

Plano, TexasApr 17, 20080 Comments

Plano Parkway just west of Preston. Motorcycle cops hang out in the little side drive on the north side of the street and will nab you if you’re speeding at all. Usually in evenings and after dark, when it’s hard to spot them.

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