Norfolk, Virginia Speed Traps

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Thole Street near Granby St. to Tidewater

Norfolk, VirginiaMay 14, 20070 Comments

Three school zones. 25 mph posted. Parked on side of road
or any side street.

Granby Street near Interstate 64

Norfolk, VirginiaMay 04, 20070 Comments

When you come off the Granby street exit, the radar cars sit in the cemetery side streets and the middle median.
The speed limit is 35 mph.

Northampton Boulevard near Kempsville Road

Norfolk, VirginiaMay 02, 20070 Comments

Heading towards Kempsville on Northampton from Virginia Beach-cop sits in the "u turn" lane as you pass the 64 overpass.

Hampton Boulevard near ODU

Norfolk, VirginiaJan 20, 20070 Comments

Bridge right after ODU going toward Naval Base (near the yatch club) you will randomly have a cop on either side (near the public library) or the other way

Hampton Boulevard near Northern Half

Norfolk, VirginiaNov 26, 20060 Comments

Hampton Blvd is used by Norfolk police as a way of victimizing young military personnel stationed in the city. The four lane road has a low speed limit, especially near the military installation, and ample places for hidden patrolmen with radar guns. Along with the Granby Street graveyard-entrance trap,Hampton Blvd. serves to provide a great deal of revenue for the city at the expense of military and civilian federal employees.

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