Worst North American Speed Trap Cities, By State And By Province

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Waunakee, WI (MMD Newswire) September 1, 2010 -- For years, drivers from every U.S. state and Canadian province have reported speed trap locations to the National Motorists Association's National Speed Trap Exchange. As families squeeze in vacation time together this Labor Day weekend, before the school year begins in full swing, the roadways will be a very busy place for travelers.

With the combination of heavy holiday traffic, federally-funded ticketing campaigns, and financially-strapped local and state governments, motorists have good reason to feel like they have dollar signs painted on their vehicles.

To help families avoid a depressing and expensive holiday traffic ticket experience, the NMA has identified two cities in each state and province using data directly from the National Speed Trap Exchange. The first city listed has the most user-reported speed traps regardless of population size, while the second has the most speed traps for cities with populations of 100,000 or less.

To view information on over 60,000 specific speed trap reports by city, state or province, you can visit the Exchange at www.speedtrap.org.

Cities With Most Speed Trap Reports (All Population Sizes, Populations 100,000 or Less)

Alabama: Montgomery, Hoover
Alaska: Anchorage, Juneau
Arizona: Tucson, Flagstaff
Arkansas: Little Rock, Fayetteville
California: Los Angeles, Mission Viejo
Colorado: Colorado Springs, Littleton
Connecticut: Milford, Milford
Delaware: Newark, Newark
Florida: Jacksonville, Boca Raton
Georgia: Atlanta, Marietta
Hawaii: Honolulu, Aiea
Idaho: Boise, Idaho Falls
Illinois: Chicago, Elk Grove Village
Indiana: Indianapolis, Bloomington
Iowa: Des Moines, Iowa City
Kansas: Overland Park, Lawrence
Kentucky: Louisville, Bowling Green
Louisiana: Baton Rouge, Metairie
Maine: Portland, Biddeford
Maryland: Baltimore, Gaithersburg
Massachusetts: Boston, Lynn
Michigan: Livonia, Livonia
Minnesota: St. Paul, Edina
Mississippi: Jackson, Meridian
Missouri: Kansas City, O'Fallon
Montana: Missoula, Missoula
Nebraska: Omaha, Bellevue
Nevada: Las Vegas, Carson City
New Hampshire: Manchester, Nashua
New Jersey: Mahwah, Mahwah
New Mexico: Albuquerque, Las Cruces
New York: New York City, Troy
North Carolina: Raleigh, Asheville
North Dakota: Fargo, Grand Forks
Ohio: Cleveland, Millersburg
Oklahoma: Tulsa, Moore
Oregon:
Portland, Beaverton
Pennsylvania: Pittsburgh, Reading
Rhode Island: Pawtucket, Pawtucket
South Carolina: Greenville, Greenville
South Dakota: Sioux Falls, Rapid City
Tennessee: Nashville, Smyrna
Texas: Houston, Tyler
Utah: Salt Lake City, Sandy
Vermont: Wilmington, Wilmington
Virginia: Virginia Beach, Fairfax
Washington: Seattle, Bellingham
West Virginia: Summersville, Summersville
Wisconsin: Milwaukee, Kenosha
Wyoming: Cheyenne, Cheyenne

Alberta: Calgary, Lethbridge
British Columbia: Vancouver, Victoria
Manitoba: Winnipeg, Portage la Prairie
New Brunswick: Moncton, Moncton
Newfoundland: St. John's, Corner Brook
Northwest Territories: no listings, no listings
Nova Scotia: Dartmouth, Dartmouth
Nunavut: no listings, no listings
Ontario: Toronto, Brantford
Prince Edward Island: no listings, no listings
Quebec: Montreal, Brossard
Saskatchewan: Saskatoon, Moose Jaw
Yukon: no listings, no listings

Contact:
Gary Biller, Executive Director
National Motorists Association, 402 W. 2nd Street, Waunakee, WI 53597
Website: www.motorists.org
Email: nma@motorists.org
Phone: 608-849-6000

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