The Transportation Security Administration acknowledges that security lines at the nation’s airports could be shorter and the agency could save money if more travelers were to sign up for an expedited screening program.
A private company hired to sign travelers for the program, TSA PreCheck, is trying to help out the cause by going mobile.
The company, Morphotrust, is employing two recreational vehicles to travel the country and sign up travelers at businesses, universities and other locations.
The first RV was launched on the East Coast in September, and the second RV, which will focus on the West Coast, debuted last week. A schedule for the RV...