moving walkway


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moving walkway

A continuously moving passenger-carrying device on which passengers stand or walk; the passenger-carrying surface remains parallel to its direction of motion and is uninterrupted.
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The safety Assessment rederation (SAFed) in conjunction with the Health and Safety Executive, both from the UK, has launched new guidelines for the safe operation of escalators and moving walkways.
People on travelators are marginally faster than on normal ground if there is no congestion, but Young found that the odds that other travellers would block the way were such that, on average, it took longer to get from A to B on a moving walkway.
MOVING ON: The old rail line which may be turned into a moving walkway to a convention centre.
About Otis Otis is the world's largest manufacturer and maintainer of people-moving products, including elevators, escalators and moving walkways.
The specification also calls for a "people mover" - which could be a monorail or moving walkway - to get visitors around the 220-hectare site.
A SECOND woman almost died on a moving walkway in Rome which killed a British professor.
I was slouching on a moving walkway, not even bothering to shuffle - which must be the modern version of lazy as sin - when an elderly couple appeared at my shoulder.
Reliability is essential for both the passenger and the airport; if the passenger doesn't like a moving walkway that is not working, the reaction to lugging baggage up a dead escalator is even more extreme
A monorail or moving walkway could get visitors around the site.
The photovoltaic canopy above the moving walkway produces more power than it needs to power itself
Sociology lecturer Sally Baldwin suffered horrific multiple injuries after falling into the mechanism of a moving walkway in front of her ex-husband Jack and other horrified travellers.
TWO workmen received suspended jail sentences yesterday for causing an accident in which a British professor was crushed to death on a moving walkway.