The Woodlands, Texas Speed Traps

Need a lawyer who represents motorists in Texas? Visit the NMA list of Texas Traffic Attorneys.

Feeder road from Research Forrest to I-45 S in front of Mall

The Woodlands, TexasMar 29, 20170 Comments

North Freeway Service Road, just past Lake Robbins Dr headed towards I-45 south.

Cop will park behind bushes with on your right side with no lights on near the Woodlands Mall/Waterway. Note only one speed limit sign for service road. Speed limit is 45mph, Oak Ridge North (small town granted this specific strip of highway) Police will clock you going ~60mph as you speed up to merge onto I-45, which the speed limit is 65mph. Cops will routinely pull over vehicles as they merge onto I-45 S.

Many Pines/Woodlands Parkway

The Woodlands, TexasDec 31, 20110 Comments

Small prohibited U-Turn sign mixed with 4 other informational signs. Cannot be read and watch the traffic at the same time. The Montgomery County sheriff’s must have issued quite a few tickets on 12/26/2011 – the day I got caught.

Greenbridge Road between Research Forest and College Park Dr

The Woodlands, TexasSep 13, 20110 Comments

The police stand near the corner of Greenbridge and College Park Drive (at the ExxonMobil St.) and point the radar down Greenbridge at morning commuters while motorcyle police wait around near the ExxonMobil St. for violators. The road is usually fairly empty even during the morning commute and there is a slight bend in the road so your speed is recorded just as you come to see them.

On Woodlands Parkway between East and West Panther Creek

The Woodlands, TexasSep 01, 20110 Comments

There’s a little bridge on Woodlands Parkway between East Panther Creek and West Panther Creek. Cops are always posted right up there, at the large bridge between E. Panther Creek and Grogans Mill. Watch out! They are there all times of the day and they are always pulling people over.

242 bend close to the Gosling Intersection

The Woodlands, TexasFeb 22, 20110 Comments

The cops are always hiding behind the wax myrtle trees they planted there a couple of years ago. I guess those trees planted with our tax money are paying off for local law enforcement. Be careful because they will burn you there every time.

Log In

Forgot Password?

Create an account

You only need an account if you would like to comment on speed traps. You can view and add speed traps without registering.

Create Account