San Antonio, Texas Speed Traps
Usually two cops on bike, hide by, i don;t know if it’s a mini power plant. They do this to trap drivers. usually between 12 noon and 4 p.m.
I got a ticket for driving 45/30. I was coming in from cinnamon creek Dr. stopped at the traffic light, later turned left after the light turned green. Only to be stopped by this cop and told me i was driving 45/30 Which is practically impossible because there was a car in front of me.It was for revenue generation and not safety. Drivers beware.
Motorcycle cops with portable radar stands on Hot Wells Blvd. overpass behind concrete column shooting radar and relaying the speeders to several (5-10) squad cars waiting in a line on the other side of the bridge on the On Ramp ready to go. They quickly issue the ticket and take the turnaround and do it again. It a revolving process usually taking place in the afternoon during rush hour. North Bound Drivers Coming Into San Antonio Beware.
The Bexar County SHERIFF’S office, and PRECIENT 4 has now stepped up their patrols in the 410/SULPHUR SPINGS EXIT, CHINA GROVE, EAST CENTRAL, SULPHUR SPRING RD’S, AND HWY 87 EAST, AND WEST BOUND TRAFFIC. Be especially careful going towards East Central High School on Sulphur Springs Rd on school days, and during the early mornig Hours on weekends.
Sapd sit along the fence line of the Braunig lake park right after the storage units. You will not see him because of the hill and weeds. This is also low spot along fence so he about 40-50 feet from the Highway. once you come over the hill he got you he do a u turn across the access road and get you. They will work in teams when one pull over one a different cop get in that spot. I see this all the time since I live right their and see this happen all the time.
One uniform with Lidar on the 1604 overpass shooting to the south at northbound traffic traveling towards The Rim. Speed limit goes from 65 mph to 70 mph just past the intersection, so most folks have accelerated already. Also, merging traffic from 2 northbound on-ramps just before and after UTSA Blvd must accelerate to join traffic, and the speed there is typically 75+mph. I have seen up to 5 units pulled over writing citations at one time, and I have seen the trap in operation more than once. Obviously very lucrative for the city – use caution!!!