Waupaca, Wisconsin Speed Traps
Coming off the Hwy 10 exit ramp, coming into town, speed changes to 35 MPH, and before you can blink it is down to 25 MPH, barely get a chance to see the change.
Officers like to in the access road to the power station because there are berms on either side of the access to hide between.
Officers sit next to walking trail or in the dam turn around on the way to plant one of the Waupaca Foundry.
State Highway 54 connects several small Wisconsin cities and towns to the interstate system. Law enforcement from various municipalities will prey on vehicles even slightly exceeding the unnecessarily low and fluctuating speed limit. When pulled over for speeding, the sheriff/state troopers are very quick at getting you cited and returning to the road to issue more tickets.
Hwy. 10 is a new, 4 lane, divided highway. The speed limits on this highway vary from 55 to 65, almost at random. The trap that will catch you is about 5 miles from the city of Waupaca. Patrol cars are stationed just over a slight hill, and eastbound traffic is helpless to avoid this unfair trap.