Security Screening at PATH stations


The robots are taking over…

Starting tomorrow, and for the next 30 days – you may see these new scanning devices at various PATH stations.


“The U.S. Transportation Security Administration, in cooperation with PATH, a subsidiary of The Port Authority of New York & New Jersey, will test passive millimeter wave passenger screening technology that detects threats, including explosive devices.

Passive millimeter wave technology does not emit radiation of any kind. It is safe and poses no risk to passengers.

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All passengers entering a PATH station where screening is taking place are subject to the security screening. Passengers who do not wish to be subject to such screening, must exit at that station.


This reminded me of what I think is the funniest Saturday Night Live skit ever – Jim Carrey playing “Jimmy Tango” in Fat Busters!

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If you’re bashful you may want to Google “millimeter wave technology images”. Lucky we’re such a fit town!