We've all had this thought—a driver cuts you off, ignores a red light or speeds past a group of children and our sense of justice kicks in: "How great would it be if a cop saw that?"
Bearing in mind that decision-makers occasionally read our comment section, we wanted to throw this question out to our readers: in a perfect world, where would you set up the next speed trap in Pacific Palisades?
Is it your neighborhood cross street? A school crossing walk? Do you live on a speedy section of Sunset Boulevard or a similar roadway? Somewhere along Chautauqua Boulevard or Palisades Drive? Do you think the on Palisades Drive and are effective?
We asked readers a similar question on our Facebook page earlier this month. Here's a sampling of the responses:
Victoria Ordin Heading to the Highlands, Marquez Knolls, Sunset and Capri... those were the two legendary traps in the 1980s and 1990s... Many Westlake girls nailed at both!
Also down Chautauqua... halfway about, by Almaloya.
And by Revere, between Old Ranch Road and Allenford.
4 biggest places. You're fine between Cliffwood and barrington.
I am the only girl I know my age, 40, never to have a ticket for speeding but I pretty much go the speed limit, 5 over.
You can, for better or for worse, tear through a lot of narrow windy streets and no one bugs you
We asked you where you felt the worst intersections are in Pacific Palisades to map the worst interchanges in the area. Where Sunset Boulevard meets Pacific Coast Highway, and where Chautauqua Boulevard meets the PCH sound like fairly dangerous intersections. Are there more?