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#TSATravelSafe - Improving Your Checkpoint Experience and Keeping You Safe

Release Date: June 3, 2016

This blog was originally posted on the TSA Blog on June 3, 2016.

It’s officially the summer travel season. This year, there is an increased number of travelers and a need for enhanced security.

This infographic shows the steps we’re taking to improve your experience at the checkpoint, while still ensuring your safety. Take a look, then share it on your social media networks with your fellow travelers.

TSA is taking every step possible to provide more effective and efficient security operations at America's airports.  #TSATravelSafe
Officers: TSA is increasing the number of Officers, so passengers can move through the checkpoint more quickly without compromising security.
Dogs: TSA is adding more canine teams to help screen additional passengers.
TSA PreCheck: TSA is expanding enrollment efforts for TSA PreCHeck, which provides a more streamlined screening experience.
Transportation Security Administration

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To find out more about how TSA is working to secure our nation’s transportation systems, check out #TSATravelSafe on social media.


Last Updated: 11/03/2023
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