Waynesboro, Virginia Speed Traps
Speed limit drops from 45 to 35 on Rte 250 just west of Lew Dewitt and if you did not catch it you are nailed just east of the intersection. Cops sit in an unused gas station. The four lane section makes it difficult to drive 35 mph
Speed limit 25 mph, and located near Berkeley Glenn elementary school. Parts of Windsor in a school zone, so fines higher. Officer sits at corner of Windsor and Washington Ave., montoring traffic as it comes off S. Delphine. Due to the significant downward grade traveling off S. Delphine, it’s near impossible to keep the speed at 25 mph unless you ride the brakes. Be aware.
Police cruiser parks at the entrance to Coyner Springs park, sometimes they also park about 1,000 ft north-east, just before the I64 overpass. Speed limit is 35 mph.
Waynesboro annexed 624 (South Delphine Ave) south of exit 96 on I-64. Former City limits ended north of the interstate, but now that they have extended the city limits, they are setting up radar trap on this scenic highway, which is regularly traveled by visitors on their way to Sherando Lake State Park. The posted limit is 45, but there is only one sign just as you get off the interstate and nothing for several miles after that. They sit at the top of a hill a mile or so after the interstate and run the radar from that vantage point.
US 340(Rosser Ave.) is a 4 lane road that passes through a school zone near the 1-64 ramp. Speed limit drops from 45 to 25. This area is watched by city police every morning and afternoon during school sessions. A major speed trap for this city.