by Associated Press
Automated security lanes are expected to make it easier for air travelers at the Minneapolis St. Paul International Airport.
The Metropolitan Airports Commission last week approved the purchase of the lanes, which promise to increase the capacity of passenger screening by as much as 40 percent by using automatic bin dispensers and conveyors, Minnesota Public Radio reported.
The Transportation Security Administration recommended the new system. It's expected to be in place for the summer travel season.
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