Cableways are transport means suitable for mountainous agglomerations or cities where it is no longer possible to build other surface roads. Their check-in method differs from the standard transport means methods.
Thanks to their continuous operation, the cable railways do not generate any sudden crowds of people who need to be checked-in quickly. On the contrary, the emphasis here is on the individual check of every passenger and creation of a barrier that prevents unauthorised entry. They also help moderate fluctuating traffic, as they limit the passage of people entering the transport area to make cable railway cabin boarding safe.
For this reason, revolving turnstiles are most often used for cableways, which efficiently prevent unauthorised entry and are also resistant to environmental impacts.
Additional fare collection devices are ticket machines and multifunctional terminals for pre-sales services.