Los Angeles World Airports and the Transportation Security Administration have introduced five Automated Screening Lanes at the Security Screening Check Point in the Tom Bradley International Terminal.

The $12.3 million Automated Screening Lanes project sees 14 of the 16 lanes at the Tom Bradley International Terminal replaced with new technology that allows up to five passengers to fill trays at the same time and proceed to the body scanner, allowing more passengers to be screened each hour. The project is expected to be completed in the spring, and allow the checkpoint to screen nearly a thousand more passengers per hour than its previous capacity.