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May 19, 2013 at 1:20 am #30643
On a recent in state flight (California) betwee Los Angeles and San Francisco, I found the following
— Use of Fast Track to save money through the Golden Gate Bridge
— Use of Fast Track to save time (maybe money, didn’t check) to pay in the domestic SFO airport parking garage
— Use of Fast Track for the HOV lanes (as a single driver) to save significant amount of time jetting between the 105 East and the 110 North – nearly to downtown
— Pre TSA clearance – totally bypassing a very very long line in SFO by going in the special Pre TSA line – no shoes needing to remove, no labtop – no millimeter machines – just the metal detectors. Refreshing – throwback to how flying was up until the late 1990’s
— ClearMe – while not yet signed up for this – as I often fly Pre TSA – this is available at select airports and allows you to bypass the main lines in security for International and Domestic flights – pretty slick!