Column: Dedicated security lanes seem to work

08/19/2008 | NYTimes.com

The TSA system that allows travelers to pick a security lane at the airport seems to ensure better traffic flow, The New York Times' Joe Sharkey writes. TSA officials say travelers generally select the appropriate lane. However, Sharkey writes that many security issues continue to irk travelers, including the ban on liquid and gels and the requirement that travelers remove their shoes before passing through security.

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