New program aimed to cut down DMV wait time debuts

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Customers wait in line at the Colorado Division of Motor Vehicles.

DENVER — Gov. John Hickenlooper hopes a new computer system making its debut Thursday will cut back wait times at the DMV.

The program called the Wait Less Project uses a new computerized check-in system designed to reduce time spent at driver license offices in Colorado.

Nearly 1 million Colorado residents apply for or renew their driver license or state-issued identification card every year.

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