MyTSA

MyTSA


“My TSA” gives you 24/7 access to information that passengers frequently request from the Transportation Security Administration (TSA).

“My TSA” named Best Government Mobile App from the American Council for Technology and Industry Advisory Council (ACT-IAC) at its 9th Annual Excellence.Gov Awards event in Washington, D.C. in March 2011.

InformationWeek recognition of TSA as one of the Top 15 Government IT Innovators during the 23rd annual InformationWeek 500 Conference in September 2011. TSA was recognized for the deployment and enhancement of the My TSA mobile application.

“My TSA” provides real-time operating status for U.S. airports from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA); a tool to find out if an item is allowed in your carry-on or checked baggage; information on ID requirements, liquids rules, and tips for packing and dressing to speed through security.

With “My TSA”, from the Transportation Security Administration, you can:

+ Check approximate wait times at TSA security checkpoints at the airport of your choice and add your own wait time for other to see.
+ Quickly search whether you can bring items with you through the checkpoint onto the airplane.
+ Consult the TSA Guide on how to prepare for and get through the security checkpoint quickly. Watch TSA Videos on tips for a smooth travel experience.
+ See airport delay information for airports nationwide -- and see how long are the delays.
+ Provide immediate feedback to TSA concerning your checkpoint experience.
+ Check the weather forecast and current weather conditions at any U.S. airport.

Recent changes:
This version adds support for new Android devices (3,220 total). The version improves the airport status mapping feature and corrects some bugs.
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About MyTSA
“My TSA” gives you 24/7 access to information that passengers frequently request from the Transportation Security Administration (TSA).

“My TSA” named Best Government Mobile App from the American Council for Technology and Industry Advisory Council (ACT-IAC) at its 9th Annual Excellence.Gov Awards event in Washington, D.C. in March 2011.

InformationWeek recognition of TSA as one of the Top 15 Government IT Innovators during the 23rd annual InformationWeek 500 Conference in September 2011. TSA was recognized for the deployment and enhancement of the My TSA mobile application.

“My TSA” provides real-time operating status for U.S. airports from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA); a tool to find out if an item is allowed in your carry-on or checked baggage; information on ID requirements, liquids rules, and tips for packing and dressing to speed through security.

With “My TSA”, from the Transportation Security Administration, you can:

+ Check approximate wait times at TSA security checkpoints at the airport of your choice and add your own wait time for other to see.
+ Quickly search whether you can bring items with you through the checkpoint onto the airplane.
+ Consult the TSA Guide on how to prepare for and get through the security checkpoint quickly. Watch TSA Videos on tips for a smooth travel experience.
+ See airport delay information for airports nationwide -- and see how long are the delays.
+ Provide immediate feedback to TSA concerning your checkpoint experience.
+ Check the weather forecast and current weather conditions at any U.S. airport.

Recent changes:
This version adds support for new Android devices (3,220 total). The version improves the airport status mapping feature and corrects some bugs.

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A Google User
Jul 13, 2014
I searched shampoo, got nothing. Deodorant, nothing. Seems worthless.
A Google User
Apr 28, 2014
Meh-it does the job..usually This app was designed to help people who are getting ready to fly know what can be brought in a carry on and what can't. A lot of the time, when you type in a general item, you have to spend time elaborating until you find the EXACT item you're talking about-it's a pain when you're in a rush and putting things into your bag at the last minute. It DOES give you the correct information about each item, but at times on top of needing you to be overly specific, it crashes. I've had a lot of issues with keeping this app running on my Evo. I find that the more it is used the more likely it is to shut down. I will probably keep it on my phone tucked away since I have some flights to attend to in the more recent coming days, but I will probably not install it again after I uninstall it. I'd recommend just hopping online to the TSA's website to use the online version of "Can I Bring My"
A Google User
Apr 9, 2014
WTF Why does this TSA app need to access stored files and get the precise location? Yet another three-letter agency Trojan horse? Get some other traitor to do the filthy work of the American Stasi!
A Google User
Mar 29, 2014
Some permissions removed? Good! Looks like accounts request removed, but it still wants my location. Just give me the ability to pick the airport I want to query. ● Airport delays appear to be automatic. ● Checkpoint Wait Times only those entered by passengers using this app? I've personally seen 3-5 day old times. (DCA: Concourse A [3 days] & North Pier [5 days] on Sat 2014-03-29) ● Every screen rotation or other change on airport Current Conditions screen causes a refresh. Need auto (opt: 1 min, 5 min, 10 min, ...) & manual btn.
A Google User
Jan 18, 2014
Worthless The only thing that would be useful here is the security delay information. That is only updated on a volunteer basis by app users at the airport (ie almost never). If this is the best government app, what's the worst?