Conveyor transportConveyor transport
is the broad category of transport
that includes modes developed from the idea of a conveyor belt. Examples include:
In Hong Kong
, tens of thousands of commuters travel each work day between the Central District
(a financial district) and the Mid Levels (a residential district hundreds of feet up Victoria Peak
) using a long distance escalator/moving sidewalk combination. It goes only one way at a time; the direction reverses depending on rush hour traffic direction. See Transportation in Hong Kong
See also public transport.