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Deputy Director

Local Address: Seattle, Washington, United States
State of Washington

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Projects like the US 2 Bickford ..., 16 Sept 2013 [cached]
Projects like the US 2 Bickford Avenue overpass are crucial for us to reach our Target Zero goal of zero deaths by 2030," said WTSC Deputy Director Steve Lind.
School bus seat belts sought, 4 Feb 2004 [cached]
Steve Lind, acting director of the Washington Traffic Safety Commission, said the agency won't take a position.
However, "The buses are designed to be used without safety belts," Lind said, noting that a driver would have to ensure that every student's seat belt is used correctly to prevent possible injury.
If someone calls you, just pull ... [cached]
If someone calls you, just pull off the road," said Steve Lind, acting director of the state Traffic Safety Commission.
Traffic officials aim to collect data during the next few years to gauge its effect, said Lind, of the Traffic Safety Commission.
Lind said part of the debate was whether the law would serve as a financial boon for wireless companies.
"If you look at people who finally ended up supporting it, there was a mix of cell-phone companies and providers on both sides of the issue.That leads me to believe they're at least not united in wanting to raise money," he said.
"We've surveyed a lot more intersections, ..., 1 Mar 2007 [cached]
"We've surveyed a lot more intersections, and we usually see about 2 to 4 percent so that's about in range," said Steve Lind, deputy director of the Traffic Safety Commission.
"I think people understand or get it that this is a secondary law, and they think, 'Well, I'm not doing anything else' " illegal, he said.
Olsen's first two cell phone catches were on I-5, passing through downtown. He had just merged onto the interstate when he spotted a delivery van crawling along at 30 mph in the northbound lanes. A line of cars was backed up behind it.
The trooper sped up alongside and saw just what he suspected -- the driver was on a cell phone.
Access Washington - Official State Government Web Site, 14 Oct 2004 [cached]
"We work with the emergency responders who deal with accidents on Washington roads on a daily basis and know full well the tragedies that occur when people don't buckle up," said Steve Lind, acting director of the Traffic Safety Commission.
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