Kronenwetter PD – Speed Trailer Unit

If you would like to see the speed trailer placed into your neighborhood,  let us know!

Once the results have been received from the unit, we will then provide you with a copy of those results for your information. You are our partner in protecting the community!

– See Speed Trailer Results At Bottom Of Page –

In 2006 the Kronenwetter Police Department was awarded a grant which allowed the department to purchase a speed trailer. This unit has been actively used in the community and with great results.

The unit has several excellent features:

  • Flashing speed sign when violators are approaching.
  • Posted sign with actual posted speed limit.
  • Traffic counter, indicates how many vehicles passed unit.
  • Speed monitor, indicates several speed observations.

The department receives traffic complaints from all over our community in regard to traffic concerns.  Unfortunatly, officers can often be responding to and from complaints and do not always have the time to sit in a neighborhood and monitor traffic. That is where the radar trailer comes in as a GREAT TOOL.

When the department receives a complaint regarding speeding and some other traffic concerns, the speed trailer will be placed into that neighborhood as quickly as possible. The trailer will then stay there usually for a couple of days monitoring traffic and reminding motorists to slow down. The department then utilizes those results to better respond to the area for traffic enforcement.

2013 Results (Click On The Link For A Report Showing Results)*
May 2013: Wood Road / Tracy Court (Westbound Traffic)Count vs. HourCount vs. Speed
June 2013: Maple Ridge Rd / Spring Rd (Westbound Traffic)Count vs. HourCount vs. Speed
June 2013: Maple Ridge Rd / Spring Rd (Eastbound Traffic)Count vs. HourCount vs. Speed
June 2013: 2000 Block Paniolo Road (Northbound Traffic)Count vs. HourCount vs. Speed
June 2013: 2000 Block Paniolo Road (Southbound Traffic)Count vs. HourCount vs. Speed
July 2013: Old Highway 51 / Kowalski Rd (Southbound Traffic)Count vs. HourCount vs. Speed

*If you are looking for previous statistics from an area please contact the above e-mail.