People-mover meaning

A means of mass transit, such as a moving sidewalk or a monorail, used to transport people, usually along a fixed route.
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A means of transporting many people over short distances, as a moving sidewalk or an automated monorail.
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A fully automated, grade-separated mass transit system, typically serving a small area such as an airport.
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(Australia, informal) A car with a higher than normal passenger capacity, typically eight or nine passengers.
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Origin of people-mover

  • From PeopleMover, a Disneyland attraction from the 1960s.

    From Wiktionary