Harrisonburg, Virginia Speed Traps
Monitored by State Troopers and local police coming in to Harrisonburg from RMH Hospital from 45 to 35 drops over the hill should be 50 beware of camera machine giving tickets too by port and Neff
Cop hiding at 244.1 mm. Speed zone is 60 MPH and NOT 70.
25 mph zone next to JMU convocation center
The speed limit on Reservoir St, a 4-lane road, is 35mph until you pass Wal-Mart and then there is one sign (frequently blocked by traffic coming out of Wal-Mart) indicating the speed has dropped to 25mph for the stretch of road that goes over the interstate. They catch you speeding as you go downhill after crossing over the interstate when you driving as if it is 35mph. As you proceed and follow the main traffic pattern onto Cantrell Ave., the speed increases to 35 again, but that 4/10 of a mile piece of Cantrell is 25 as if there was a school nearby and there is not.
Speed on 33 drops from 55 to 45 to 35 quickly. Recently just inside the Harrisonburg city limits the police have set up a tricky speed trap soon after you crest over a turn on the hill as you enter town. They usually hide along the shoulder where you cannot see them until you have crossed over the hill. Traffic along 33 usually travels at at least 60mph sometimes grouped traffic can travel up to 70mph. Be careful to watch your speed as you cross into the city limits in this approximately 1/2 mile stretch where the speed drops quickly and the police want cheap tax dollars!