Midlothian, Virginia Speed Traps
Hull Street (Rt. 360) East and Westbound at Rt. 288
There’s a spot right at the Rt. 288 bridge where County Police like to sit. They work either side. Coordinates: 37.423849, -77.629968
Bailey Bridge Rd., SB, heading towards Deer Run subdivision
County Police hit this area hard, particularly from the church parking lot on the right, not long after passing Manchester High School. Coordinates: 37.400918, -77.630382
Hull Street (Rt. 360) WB, west of Rt. 288
As you head west on Hull Street, past Rt. 288, you’ll hit two traffic lights. After the second one you’ll be heading downhill. If you look hard down to the right, you’ll often see County Police shooting radar from the entrance to the water treatment plant, up the hill right at you. Coordinates: 37.415317, -77.643346
288 NB, just prior to the James River
County cops love to sit behind the pylons of the overpass for Huguenot Trail. They hide extremely well and you cannot see them until you’re within range. Coordinates are here: 37.559388, -77.689853 (plug into Google Maps).
Route 288 NB, 2 miles north of Route 60
You’ll come around the curve and be an easy target. State Police like to hide in a concrete cutout where there’s a break in the guardrail. Here are the coordinates: 37.537399, -77.695631 (plug into Google Maps).