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Manitoba Speed Traps, Radar Traps, Photo Radar on the Trans-Canada Highway

Speed Traps, Radar Traps, Photo Radar Overview

Radar detectors and laser detectors are illegal to use in Manitoba. The government of Manitoba is planning to extend the controversial photo radar and red light camera systems to highways and other municipalities throughout the province. The current legislation that allows for the cameras to be installed in Winnipeg also permits the devices to be used in other parts of the province.

Please CONTACT US if the information on this page is no longer accurate, and you want to suggest adding or removing noted speed traps in your area or where you have recently traveled.

Speed Traps  along the Trans-Canada Highway 1

Highway 1, Winnipeg Perimeter – Headingly

West of Winnipeg’s west Perimeter and before the weigh scales at Headingly. The Headingly RCMP detachment patrols this 70 km/h zone heavily with both regular (white) and unmarked (several are grey) Chevy Caprice cars.

Speed Traps, Rader Traps, Photo Radar around Winnipeg

Speed Enforcement (radar/laser) target areas for the current week, in Winnipeg, Manitoba Winnipeg Safestreets Photo Enforcement provided by Winnipeg Police Services

Academy Rd

Heading East on Academy over the bridge onto Sherbrook going North. You will find a whole contingent of cops waiting for you. They laser you just as you come off the bridge as the road turns to the north. They will pull over more than one car at a time at this location.

Kenaston Rd

Heading north on Kenaston as you cross the Grant Ave. intersection. There will be cops on your right in a parking lot ready to flag you down. If you try and outrun them, they have cruisers waiting at the intersections ahead ready to nab you.

University of Manitoba

Heading east or west on University Crescent as you leave or enter the University of Manitoba at the U of M’s University crescent/Pembina Highway entrance. They have speedtraps here and love to be there during the end of the day usually when classes let out.

Pembina Hwy

Intersection of Pembina and Bison Dr. either going north or south. They will lurk in the parking lot of the autobody shop and the apartment complex at that corner.

Other Manitoba Speed Traps, Radar Traps, Photo Radar

Highway 75, St Agathe – US Border

From the U.S. border to St. Agathe. The Morris R.C.M.P. detachment is very alert and active in this area particularly in a 5 to 10 mile area around Morris. DO NOT exceed the speed limit through the town of Morris. The R.C.M.P. are usually out in force on weekends and holidays during the summer months. They will stop motorcycles for the slightest infraction.