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moving sidewalk

n.
A conveyor for transporting pedestrians along a level passageway.
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In addition to being used more frequently in building designs, escalators and moving walkway installations are becoming ever more complex.
Somehow I can't accept that Jacko wasn't using some kind of moving walkway.
Srinivasan's models predict that upon stepping onto a moving walkway, a person slows his/her foot speed by about half the speed of the walkway.
And the work by consultant Nathanial Lichfield has recommended the building of a covered, moving walkway along an old railway viaduct, to link Newcastle Central Station with the site.
A commuter told how she almost fell through a "gaping hole" in a moving walkway - hours before a British professor fell through it and was mangled to death.
A RAIL worker told yesterday how he desperately battled to save a Scots woman after she was sucked into the cogs of a moving walkway.
A fire burned down part of the roof covering a moving walkway in the exhibit room housing a frozen mammoth at an Aichi Expo site early Saturday morning but no one was hurt and the mammoth, one of the event's star attractions, was not affected, expo officials said.
The treadmill towing exercise created a mismatch between rate of body motion and progression through an environment, such as occurs in real-life situations when people walk on a moving train or on a moving walkway between airline terminals.
23, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Otis Elevator has launched the next generation of its industry-leading eService, a responsive customer platform that proactively provides elevator, escalator and moving walkway maintenance information in real-time via computer, tablet or smart phone devices.
The child turned blue after becoming caught in the moving walkway at H&M in Ayr, Scotland, in the "freak accident" yesterday lunchtime.
Three directors of a maintenance firm are accused of the manslaughter of academic Sarah Baldwin on a moving walkway which was under repair.
Two Italian maintenance workers were jailed yesterday for the manslaughter of a British woman who became entangled in the gears of a moving walkway at a Rome rail station.