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people mover

any of various automated forms of transport for large numbers of passengers over short distances, such as a moving pavement, driverless cars, etc.
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City diagrams show an underground people-mover train extending from the main terminals out to proposed concourses on the west side of the airport that would be built based on market demand.
These people-mover systems are suited for transportation of visitors to large venues, providing flexible point-to-point inter-connections from auto parking areas, public transit nodes and nearby hotels to, within, and around large complexes.
Volkswagen AG (Xetra: VW), a Germany-based automaker, has added a new TSI350 version of the Multivan people-mover range in Australia.
4-mile elevated electric people-mover system; and an urban bus service operation serving Miami-Dade County.
Ford Otoson made an investment of $511 million in the Yenikoy plant, which will be producing Transit Courier small commercial vehicle and Ford Tourneo Courier entry-level people-mover, which will be sold in 46 countries.
Public comments will be taken by city and federal officials on the plans to upgrade runways and taxiways to accommodate jumbo jets, construction of remote check-in centers and a people-mover tram to take passengers to main terminals.
E[acute accent]The different elements of the Project will be linked by an indoor waterway transportation system and an elevated people-mover ground transportation system.
In addition, Xentury representatives told the commission it plans to build and operate a unique people-mover system to link the center and hotel with a retail village being planned as well as with the adjacent 1,406-room Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center also located on Xentury property.
Paramedics gently carried the weak Blaha onto an airport-style people-mover minutes after Atlantis landed with its crew of six.
This is only the second global supplier agreement signed by Otis since it began an effort in early 1997 to improve product quality by reducing the number of material suppliers needed for the manufacture of its elevator, escalator, moving walkway and automated people-mover systems.
Energy Partners is known for its "Green Car" proof-of-concept automobile, first demonstrated in 1993, as well as the subsequent successful development of the fuel cell-powered "Genesis" people-mover and "Gator" utility vehicles.
The location of the hotel has been coordinated with Massport's plans to build a people-mover system that would connect the MBTA, all terminals, the parking facilities and the replacement hotel as part of the Logan 2000 modernization program.