Middleton, Wisconsin Speed Traps

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Allen Blvd between Century Ave and University Ave.

Middleton, WisconsinMay 29, 20130 Comments

The police usually sit there in a green area close to the intersection of Maywood Ave and Allen Blvd. I live 3 blocks away and have gotten 2 tickets in 3 years, even knowing it is there. For the first one, my 92 year old father had a medical emergency and I was trying to get home to take him to the doc. The cop could see my dad shaking on the curb and took his time making out the ticket for going 15 over the limit. The second one was today- you come down a hill from univ. and I thought I was going a bit fast and slowed down, but sure enough they gave me a ticket for coming down the hill at 14 miles over- my speedometer only showed 10. Allen Blvd looks like the speed limit should be around 45, rather than 35, and until a few years ago it was 45. I see other folks getting tickets there all the time.

Beltline (Hwy 12) and Parmenter/University Ave onramp.

Middleton, WisconsinApr 09, 20130 Comments

Middleton PD frequently sit on the Northbound on-ramp to the Beltline entering from University Ave. Look at the overpass/on-ramp on your right before immediately past the Parmenter/University Ave exit (exit 151). I see a cop there on a daily basis, mostly in the evening with only parking lights on.

Hwy 12 Northbound at onramp/exit 250 and 249

Middleton, WisconsinApr 09, 20130 Comments

Middleton PD tends to sit on both of these on-ramps far off into the shoulder of the ramp.

Airport Rd and Pleasant View Rd.

Middleton, WisconsinApr 09, 20130 Comments

Middleton PD tend to sit in the dog park parking lot just past the airport on Airport Rd. and Pleasant View Rd. They also sometimes sit at the last driveway into the airport hangars.

County Trunk Q near Indigo Way

Middleton, WisconsinAug 30, 20070 Comments

Motorcycle cop may hide behind bushes at entrance to subdivision at Indigo Way. CTH Q speed limit transitions from 55mph to 35mph in the area where a new subdivision has developed in recent years. It’s easy to go too fast coming in from the country. It feels like you should be able to go faster because the road still feels rural at the point where the limit goes to 35mph. Automatic, unmanned speed monitors are often placed on the road further in toward Hwy M, so you know it’s a trouble spot.

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