Red light cameras are a hot topic in Virginia.  Law enforcement officers claim that their use will reduce the number of dangerous and deadly front-to-side impact (t-bone) crashes, while critics contend that they are simply a way for cash-strapped cities to make money.

 

Regardless of what you think about red light cameras and their potential for auto accident prevention, they are here in Virginia Beach.  Below is a list of intersections where you can or will find them:

 

Intersections Approved by VDOT for Camera Enforcement:

  1. Virginia Beach Blvd at Independence Blvd (Cameras Activated March 13, 2009)
  2. Indian River Road at Kempsville Road (Cameras Activated March 13, 2009)
  3. Indian River Road at Military Highway (Cameras Activated April 1, 2009)
  4. Holland Road at Rosemont Road (Cameras Activated April 20, 2009)
  5. General Booth Blvd at Dam Neck Road (Cameras Activated May 22, 2009)
  6. Virginia Beach Blvd at Great Neck Road & London Bridge Road (Under Construction)
  7. Princess Anne Road at Lynnhaven Parkway (Under Construction)
  8. Princess Anne Road at Dam Neck Road (Under Construction)

 

Intersections in the Routing Process for VDOT approval:

  1. Independence Blvd at Bonney Road & Euclid Road (at VDOT)
  2. Lynnhaven Parkway at International Parkway & East Mall Drive (at VDOT)
  3. London Bridge Road at Dam Neck Road (at VDOT)
  4. Independence Blvd at Baxter Road & South Blvd
  5. Diamond Springs Road at North Hampton Blvd

 

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