A new $35 million baggage screening system at the Columbus, Ohio, airport will allow travelers to simply hand their checked luggage to gate agents instead of walking it over to a separate screening location. The Transportation Security Administration said it will remove screening machines from the airport lobby in several months. "This is good for the airport, for the TSA and for the traveling public," said Scott Lorenzo, the TSA’s acting federal security director for Port Columbus. "The airport, airlines and the TSA are all working together on this, and the public benefits."
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