All the speed and efficiency that RFID-equipped documents can offer border-crossers at official Customs and Border Protection check points are useless if those people drive into the wrong line. That's what CBP is hoping to make clear at one of its most heavily-trafficked border crossings on Oct.26. The agency is conducting a "Ready Lane education and traffic segregation project" at the sprawling El Paso, Texas, border facility that it hopes will help sort out the long lines to get into the U.S.
RFID doesn't work if you're in the wrong line
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