Readers' choices for top ten speed traps in Denver metro

Number 8: South Quebec at South Tamarac Drive transition

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"South Quebec Street, which turns into Tamarac Dr. I don't understand why those people demand that folks drive 30 MPH on a major thoroughfare. I know it may not have been a major street when you moved there, but it is now, so give it up."

Number 7: Interstate 25 at 20th Street

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"I-25 just north of the 20th Street bridge. I see cops standing on that bridge almost every day."

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Elizabeth Amariles
Elizabeth Amariles

The Cherry Creek area is bad. University Blvd northbound between Exposition and Cherry Creek Dr. N Cops there all the time - Of course the van parked on Speer by the country club ever day but the cops will also stand on the corner of 1st and University and get you for going even a couple miles over.

Marti Babb
Marti Babb

and STOP TEXTING!! Driving is NOT an opportunity to multitask

Jónatas Roze
Jónatas Roze

Alameda is bad right near Steele Elementary. Of course, people should be very respectful of school zones, but the motorcycle cop who posts there (typically the same guy, and typically at S. Marion and Alameda), gives out tickets like candy: He has somebody pulled over every single time I drive past or go to that Starbucks for coffee in the morning. To make matters worse, he has a habit of driving on the sidewalk after ticketing people at Alameda and Downing back to his post. The Denver PD doesn't like being challenged on that:

Jeff Buske
Jeff Buske

end of month is the worst - gotta make those quotas (for safety, of course)

Cognitive_Dissident topcommenter

@Mario Parker And be an accident risk for driving too slowly.

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