Hopewell, Virginia Speed Traps

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I-95 just pass Fort Lee exits.

Hopewell, VirginiaJun 15, 20102 Comments

County and State cops are always parked in between the southbound and northbound lanes waiting to ticket anyone exceeding 70 MPH. They are also located just beyond the Fort Lee exit traveling Northbound sitting in the curve.
I’ve seen someone pulled over EVERY day (morning, mid-day, evenings, etc.)

Interstate 295 about a mile from the Fort Lee/Hopewell Exit

Hopewell, VirginiaApr 19, 20107 Comments

I have gone through that area and seen as many as 4 cars pulled over in an area not much longer than a mile.

Prince George County-Route 10 Westbound 1/4 mile east of Hopewell city limits

Hopewell, VirginiaMar 16, 20101 Comments

Prince George Police units operate radar during commuting hours on the side of the hill approaching the Hopewell city line and Bailey’s creek bridge. The hill is fairly steep and it is easy to exceed the 55 MPH limit if not paying attention.

Rt 10 east and west bound, east side of Hopewell

Hopewell, VirginiaMar 16, 20100 Comments

Local police operate radar during commuting hours. Watch west bound when speed limit drops from 45 to 35 MPH. Cops sit in slight dip just after 35 MPH sign and before stop light. West bound they sit just over the crest of the hill approaching Bailey’s Creek bridge where the road is divided 4 lane but 45 MPH speed limit.

On Rt. 10 east of Winston Churchill Blvd and Bailey’s Creek

Hopewell, VirginiaMar 16, 20100 Comments

Police sit on top of hills on both the east and west sides of Bailey’s Creek

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