At crowded public transport locations, people need to get from point A to B quickly and conveniently. From airports to subways and railways stations, Schindler elevators, escalators and moving walks are designed to handle the tough, busy environment of mass transit facilities.
Schindler products can be found in transport facilities around the world. With Schindler as your partner, you can help ensure that the movement of people throughout public spaces is convenient and safe. Our products are especially durable and reliable, and can be interfaced with your building management systems. Schindler Service keeps them running over the long-term with expert technicians and and integrated service processes.
We will partner with you to find the right mobility solution for your public transport facility, airport or railway station. Our elevators, escalators and moving walks will meet your most demanding specifications as well as all applicable code and safety requirements. From design through installation, and on through service, Schindler professionals will be there for the life cycle of your facility.
This majestic railway station in Belgium includes 20 sets of Schindler escalators and 12 elevators, some of which are exposed to the rain and snow of Belgian winters. This station is the main rail and bus terminal for the city of Liege and a vital hub in Belgium's transportation network. As robust as the Schindler products are on the inside, they are stylish and attractive on the outside, playing an integral role in the striking design of the station.
Connecting Downtown to Richmond and Vancouver International Airport is the Canada Line, an automated, rail-based rapid transit service. Linking with existing rail lines at Waterfront Station in Vancouver, the Canada Line adds transit capacity equivalent to 10 major road lanes, helping reduce the impact of vehicles on the environment. The transit line can move 100,000 riders per day.
Schindler installed 38 escalators and 34 hydraulic elevators with glass walls and doors in 15 stations of the Canada Line.