Cedar City, Utah Speed Traps
Going south from Summit to Enoch on Hwy 91 there is an area near Village Green where 91 dips just enough for a Cop with a Radar gun to hide an clock you. Where he sits pointing the gun at you he can probably clock a vehicle traveling on the I-15, by mistake or purposely, as it runs right along side of 91 and say it was you.
Coming East bound it drops to 30 miles an hour and then a school zone. There is an city officer there all rhe time.
The police will sit between the post office and Lins market and get you coming down the hill from the city office buildings. Posted speed limit is 25 which is almost impossible to maintain coming down that hill.
highway patrol-county sheriff-enoch city police fight for the median to catch speeders in 75zone. The road dips and rises and they park in the low spots near bushes.
The speed limit on SR 14 changes abruptly from 50 MPH to 30 MPH as SR 14 exits Cedar Canyon and becomes Center Street of Cedar City. Most traffic on Center Street between the canyon mouth and Main Street moves around 40 MPH. An agressive motorcycle officer (supported by patrol cars) writes dozens of tickets every day on Center Street. Both eastbound and westbound motorists are ticketed.