people mover


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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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Now this is a real people mover. It's enormous inside with seats for eight people in a 2-3-3 configuration and all the luggage room you need at the back without have to encroach on passenger space.
The 53 papers consider such topics as the Sacramento International Airport, London Heathrow Terminal Five Project, Las Vegas people mover integration potential, the Maglev Sky Shuttle at California University of Pennsylvania, open-guideway personal rapid transit station options, guideway design and construction, new technology integration for older system technologies, advanced composite car-body systems, rubber tired automated movers for Honolulu Rapid Transit, and Guangzhou's first urban system in China.
Despite the advantages of people movers, a lot of motorists say they would never be seen driving one.
After all, this is the compact people mover which brought a new dimension to family motoring with its ability to be converted into a seven seater in seconds.
While bus service began in Anchorage in 1944 and operated through a private company until the 1960s, People Mover as it is called today, was created in 1974, and assumed its current place in the government structure when the city and borough were unified in 1975.
.PEUGEOT''S new 3008 people mover will cost between pounds 15,995 and pounds 21,895 when it arrives in Britain in November.
Unusually for a medium sized people mover the Mazda5 has electrically operated sliding side doors.
From the American Society of Civil Engineers, this guide for transportation, civil, and safety engineers and contractors is the fourth and final part of the Automated People Mover Standards.
Driving enjoyment is not something you associate with the often featureless, van-like anatomy of a multi-purpose vehicle or people mover. Until now.
This is the company which created a whole new trend in motoring when it invented the Espace people mover more than 20 years ago.
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority has selected Sumitomo Corporation of America to construct an Automated People Mover (APM) system at Washington Dulles International Airport.
The Black Country-built Parry People Mover (right) had initially been scheduled to start running in May, 2000, on Europe's shortest rail branch line, from Stourbridge Junction to Stourbridge Town, but was hit by a series of delays.