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Speed Traps in Richmond, Virginia

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intersection of Mayland Dr and Lawland Dr   Richmond, Virginia

radar trap setup just before entering neighboorhood - unmarked car

Mar 26, 2012   Virginia   0 comments

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Yes! This is a speed trap. (3) - No, this is definitely NOT a speed trap. (2)

Lee Bridge (US Hwy 1) crossing James River   Richmond, Virginia

Going Southbound, cops either wait on the on-ramp to the bridge from Oregon Hill (last neighborhood facing the River on the north side) or wait at the end of the bridge. Lee Bridge is built just like an interstate highway complete with highway type signage, jersey barriers and shoulders so even the cops and the city buses break the 40mph speed limit! Going Northbound, the cops wait in the parking lot entrance to either the War Memorial or the HUD building next to the memorial. A tempting traffic light encourages speeding as well.

Apr 12, 2011   Virginia   0 comments

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Yes! This is a speed trap. (14) - No, this is definitely NOT a speed trap. (5)

I-95 Virginia, N C line to I-295 around Richmond   Richmond, Virginia

The state police work in groups using almost every median crossover, usually working N and S at the same time.

Dec 30, 2010   Virginia   0 comments

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Yes! This is a speed trap. (28) - No, this is definitely NOT a speed trap. (3)

295 S @ mile 34   Richmond, Virginia

295 S @ mile 34. Sitting on the center behind some trees. You don't see him until your are right on him

Nov 20, 2010   Virginia   0 comments

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Yes! This is a speed trap. (15) - No, this is definitely NOT a speed trap. (5)

11000 Providence Rd. West   Richmond, Virginia

Going west on Providence Rd. from the intersection at Courthouse Rd. the speed limit is 25 mph. From the intersection going west is dense housing for a half mile with two 25 mph speed limit signs in that area. Then the road is in open and unpopulated with no speed limit signs for about a half mile leading you to think the speed limit is lifted and now unnecessary. You ascend a grade and at the top of the hill is a small sign signifying an elementary school (with no speed limit warning). Especially on weekends you let down your guard about the school. On the other side of the hill in front of the school is usually a Chesterfield County Squad car on the left scanning you with radar as you top the hill. You will normally be going 35 to 40 mph. On the weekends pickings are easy for strangers. All homeowners in the area are aware of the speed trap. It cost me $212 and I was definitely in no hurry - just to help out a friend that Saturday.

Sep 29, 2010   Virginia   0 comments

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Yes! This is a speed trap. (16) - No, this is definitely NOT a speed trap. (3)

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