perimeter track

perimeter track

A taxi track across the perimeter of an airfield for aircraft taxiing to and from the runways. A perimeter also links ends of runways with the dispersal(s), main hangar, or apron area.
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The park, which will be known as Emerge Surf Birmingham, will also feature a perimeter track for Onewheel electric skateboards, as well as other amenities under the roof of a main "hub" building.
An hour before the kick-off at Wembley, Wolstenholme was making his way around the perimeter track inside the stadium to his commentary position.
2.59pm: Supporters climb out of pens behind the goal on to the pitch perimeter track. Force HQ in Sheffield asks the police control room if ambulances are required but is told: "No, no injuries.
Just off the A303 near Andover in Hampshire, it's an old wartime airfield where the perimeter track was turned into a racing circuit after the war.
Three T-type hangers were built on the old airship mooring areas and a further 17 blister type hangers around the perimeter track. The concrete runways were originally laid in 1943.
Tottenham Hotspur fans spilled onto the perimeter track at the Leppings Lane end of the ground and others climbed fences shortly after the start of the 1981 FA Cup semi-final against Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Coach Herve Renard was struggling along the perimeter track carrying the stricken Musonda in his arms.