moving sidewalk

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moving sidewalk

[′müv·iŋ ′sīd‚wȯk]
(civil engineering)
A sidewalk constructed on the principle of an endless belt, on which pedestrians are moved.
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Young dudes in Hong Kong use the trusty kitchen utensil as a cross between a skateboard and a bobsleigh to toboggan down escalators and moving pavements.
Perhaps they can now turn their attention to those moving pavements outside pubs, whose gravitational pull still baffles boffins.
The 60,000sqft Peterlee store would be built above a 500-space ground floor car park and would be linked by moving pavements.
Contract notice: Supply, join and repair of Mechanical Stairs and Moving Pavements.
It has 500 spaces and travelators - moving pavements - would provide shoppers with easy access between the shop and car park.
Contract award: rd 956 deviation cellettes - external controls and moving pavements.
It has 500 spaces and travelators - moving pavements - providing shoppers with easy access between the shop and car park.
Contract notice: Prdp - rd5 - deviation muzillac - common muzillac - creation exchanger st-isidore market moving pavements, sanitation and
Businessmen would use TV phones and briefcase fax machines (which is close enough) and cars would be banned from cities where people would get about on moving pavements and electric trams.
Other possible methods of transport included solar-powered cars, hover boards, moving pavements and teleporting.
As the planned precinct will be more open, how about considering moving pavements to help pedestrians to get to their bus stops with their goods?
RE Brian Blakemore's recent letter about the use of moving pavements in Coventry city centre.