County's police again set sights on speeders
Police countywide have stepped up patrols to crack down on speeders, officials said.
The program, called "Slow Down or Pay Up," is part of a pilot project designed to reduce collisions and convince drivers to take it easy on area roads, said Kate Carlsen, spokeswoman, Washington Traffic Safety Commission.
Sunday kicked off the third wave of a four-phase program, she said. During the first two waves, in November and late February, police stopped 10,373 motorists and wrote 5,631 tickets, she said.
The final wave is scheduled for July.