Redmond, Washington Speed Traps
A super short school zone sign that warns you very close to the start of the smallest school zone in America where there is NO School.
As 166th avenue goes down the hill, a speedtrap is present all the way from the intersection with 85th to downtown. There is almost always a cop present. This is after a whole mile of no lights, so people generally are going fast.
Cop on a motorcycle hides just after the bridge over Sammamish river.
Every weekday the police aggressively pull people over on 154th AVE NE on a short stretch of road where the speed changes from 35 to 30 mph. This area is an office park and not a residential or school area. There are very few pedestrians.
Northbound Willows road going to Kirkland. Car waiting to make a left turn will also measure speed. Observed 6:20 pm on a Wednesday. Eventually makes the turn left, but instantly makes U-turn on NE 116 St and gets back on Willows Rd again. Noteworthy is that main road has generous allocations for U-turn without making the turn left first. Because of long green light there is plenty of time to measure speed on the main road.