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October 18, 2008

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John Betmanis

It's great that they recognize many people would prefer to walk on these moving sidewalks rather than just stand there like bumps on a log. Yes, similar lettering on multi-lane highways would be perfect. But on this subject, I'm disappointed they don't do this on escalators. People just stand anywhere they please, just like they drive on highways, making it impossible for those in a hurry to walk or run up or down. At least that's how it is in North America. When I lived in the UK over 50 years ago, everybody stood on one side on escalators, enabling others to pass.

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