Holladay, Utah Speed Traps
An officer likes to park in the Saint Vincent de Paul School parking lot and tag people coming around a corner going west. Spring Lane is between Highland Drive and 1300 East. The turn is by the east entrance to the Sandpiper Apartments. The officer routinely confuses people passing by the Sandpiper Apartments which are speeding for the people exiting the apartment complex.
Unified Sheriff hide in blind driveways and parking lots, especially during morning rush hour. Murray-Holladay Blvd is 25 mph but is downhill…again you can coast faster than 25. Holladay Blvd is 30 mph but drivers coming from south Holladay Blvd routinely go faster. Watch out in Holladay Center!
I was ticketed for five miles over the limit on Murray Holladay Road.
I went to traffic court and the fine and fees were $165
I feel it is excessive. It is my feeling that these rates are used to bring local government revenue.
Please join me in refusing to shop in Holladay Utah.
The Holladay Sheriff sets up in a school zone a full 40 minutes before school starts. Puts up a cone (no flashing lights), and waits for the unwary. By the time you see the cone, it’s too late. Even though you are going below 25 in what you think is a 40 mph zone, you’re cited!
Police sit at stop sign and clock cars coming down the hill, or going the other way around the corner.