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Turnstiles are designed so to only allow one person entry at a time. They can also be used so as to traffic people in one direction or slow a crowd down as they have to use coins, tickets or a pass to gain entry. Turnstiles can be used in airports, at large venues or for public toilets. The user insets a ticket, pass or coin into the meter, which is then read by the more

Turnstiles are designed so to only allow one person entry at a time. They can also be used so as to traffic people in one direction or slow a crowd down as they have to use coins, tickets or a pass to gain entry. Turnstiles can be used in airports, at large venues or for public toilets. The user insets a ticket, pass or coin into the meter, which is then read by the machine. The person pushes the 'arm' of the turnstile, if entry is allowed the arm will turn to allow the person through, then lock into place. Turnstiles can either be waist high, as seen in amusements, or full height, which can be seen at concert venues or sporting stadiums.

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