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Most travelers know the annoyance of standing in those long airport security lines.
Now, the Transportation Security Administration wants to know what you'd do to fix the problem.
The TSA is offering a total of $15,000 to those who come up with the best ways to shorten those lines.
The agency wants ideas for better layouts of lines, taking into consideration changing flight schedules, peak hours and TSA staffing.
The top idea will receive $5,000, and the runners up will receive $2,500.
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