I know that police officers read this forum, so I thought to offer my observations as an occasional traveller on the Black Spur. Since the extremely common camoflaged police presence on the Black Spur has taken place and enforcing even very minor infractions on the speed limit, I've personally noticed a marked increase in the number of vehicles of all types failing to remain in their lane. Used to be a time, any time further than two months back, where I could ride through the Black Spur, and only notice the occasional oncoming vehicle straying. No big deal. Seems like every time I've been up there in the last two months I now see some oncoming car or truck partway (or even more) in my lane about every three or four corners. It happened a couple of times through the Spur, and I thought not too much of it, thinking that it may have just been a bad day or something. It hasn't stopped though. It's now an almost constant occurrence. It really is like no one's really looking where they're going any more, and are constantly distracted from paying attention to the road. If anything, the Spur is more dangerous now than it ever was before. Nowadays you certainly don't want to be straying too close to the center line. I'm wondering if any other frequent or occasional Black Spur users have noticed this change in driver behavior in the last couple of months? It really does seem to co-incide with the heavy handed speed enforcement in the area. I can only presume that people now drive through the area fixated on their speedometers rather than on the road, and the place is a heck of a lot more dangerous than it used to be. Myopic policy enforcement really is a step in the wrong direction, especially when it causes drivers to drive less naturally. People need to be looking at the road constantly in that area, not constantly at their speedometers.