Route 250 Bypass

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The Route 250 Bypass is a limited access four-lane highway that runs east-west through the city of Charlottesville between Hydraulic Road and the Albemarle County boundary at Free Bridge.


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Challenges to speed limit

The speed limit on the road is sign-posted at 35 miles per hour. In the spring of 2012, six motorists who received speeding tickets filed a motion to have their violations dismissed because the speed limit is artificially low. The plaintiffs want to be able to see a copy of a 1967 engineering study which was conducted in order to have the speed limit set at 35 mph as opposed to the 55 mph the road is designed for. [1]


References

  1. Web. Accused speeders demand to see city study that set speed limit, Daily Progress Staff Reports, Daily Progress, Lee Enterprises, April 4, 2012, retrieved April 10, 2012.