Spokane, Washington Speed Traps
East of Nevada toward the Hansen Plant it is a wide open stretch of road that would be a 40 – 45 MPH road anywhere else in the country. It is marked 35 and the motorcycle cops sit there waiting.
The posted speed limit on Grand Boulevard drops from 30mph to 20 mph from 21st ave to 16th ave. Enforcement is common during rush hour, and all through the summer months. The unit often sits on 18th Ave. off the boulevard.
After exiting I-90 at the Garden Springs Exit, the speed limit goes down to 25mph. Heading east, you get to a blind downhill there will be a motorcyle or Sheriff’s car waiting for you parked by the church or a bit farther down at a driveway/road on the righ hand side. If you are speeding it is too late to slow down. From going 60 off the Interstate down to 25 is a drastic change and is easy to speed.
Going to the WSU football game in Pullman, WA? I always count up to 6 within the first 10 miles of getting off from I-90 going south on 195. This is about 4 hours before the kickoff on Saturday.
Speed limit north of Palouse Hwy on Freya is 35 MPH. South of Palouse Hwy on Freya is 25 MPH. The intersection is a four-way stop. Traveling south you accelerate up an incline and the tendency is to resume 35 MPH. Often times there is a radar hidden in a well camouflaged driveway belonging to a radio station. 30 MPH and above will get you a ticket for either speeding or negligent driving.