Recent Examples of turnstile from the Web
The subway turnstile — low enough to vault, ubiquitous enough to figure in the lives of millions of New Yorkers each day — has long served as a kind of dragnet for the Police Department.
In celebration, some Eagles fans across Philadelphia overturned cars, jumped SEPTA turnstiles, looted a gas station, smashed windows and broke the awning of the Ritz Carlton Hotel.
The Lynx is something of an honor system in that there is no turnstile to walk through.
Shoppers walking into the store scan their phone on a subway-station-like turnstile, connecting their presence in the store (as well as their family members or other fellow shoppers) with their Amazon profile.
Shoppers enter by scanning the Amazon Go smartphone app at a turnstile, opening plastic doors.
To enter the Amazon Go store, customers download a smartphone app and scan a QR code to open a glass turnstile.
New stairs and turnstiles will be added at a number of stations.
As tens of thousands of people poured through the turnstiles on their commutes that morning, the B, D, F and M lines, as well as portions of the E and R lines, all were stricken by delays in both directions.
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