Barrier gate

a heavy gate to close the opening through a barrier.

See also: Barrier

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Agitation was started at the unmanned railway barrier gate where people were seen protesting and raising slogans against the government.
Toronto, Canada, December 31, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Ontario Parking Systems has announced that they have added new products to their current selection of barrier gate operators in Toronto including the B680H.
He got stuck in the paddles of a barrier gate and lashed out with a punch towards one of the staff after being freed.
A trackside sign tells drivers to phone rail officials before opening a barrier gate.
Stalls malfunctions are extremely rare in Hong Kong, where only one barrier gate is used for each race.
Toronto, Canada, February 03, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Toronto, ON Ontario Parking Systems has just announced that they have more models of the FAAC 640 barrier gate openers in stock for the start of 2013.
The Belfast inquest heard Mr White walked around a barrier gate and ignored alarms warning of an approaching train.
Since the introduction of starting stalls, Flat-race jockeys have had to ride much shorter than they did under the barrier gate, as otherwise their legs, particularly their knees, would be hurt with the horse jumping out.
Sandra Smart of SWT sent out the "barrier gate risk assessment" memo.
He lost his balance and fell from the wheelchair while trying to raise the barrier gate, and was trying to pick up loose change that had fallen on the ground when the train struck him, according to police.